What we're about

What is Splat Space?

Splat Space is a multidisciplinary workspace and hackerspace at 800 N. Mangum in Durham.

Are you a non-profit?

Yes, we are a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit. We are 100% member-funded and member-driven.

Who can come to Splat Space?

Everyone is welcome! Our members are crafters, engineers, mad scientists, artists, programmers, tinkerers, and makers of all kinds!

Where are we?

800 N. Mangum in Durham, just north of downtown. Full directions are at https://splatspace.org/location/ . It's tricky to find our door if you haven't been here before, here's how to get in:

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When do we meet?

We're open to the public every Tuesday at 7pm for our Open House. There is no charge.

What about kids?

Children are absolutely welcome as long as they're with an adult.

What about joining?

Full Member(24/7 key access): $50/month

Student Member(24/7 key access with discount): $35/month

Associate Member(access during events): $20/month

We'd like you to visit a few times before you join. Feel free to ask if you have any questions about membership, or visit our website at http://splatspace.org/membership

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Join our Google Discussion Group/Mailing List (http://groups.google.com/group/durham-makerspace)

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Upcoming events (5)

Game Night!

Splat Space

Note: Following Meetup's COVID-19 guidelines, this event is suspended until further notice. In the meantime, please visit us online at splatspace.org, join our durham-makerspace googlegroup or send a message to [masked] to join the discussion on our Slack group. Bring a game! Bring a snack! Bring a friend! And let's play some games. Come out for a chill night of chatting and playing a wide variety of games. Game nights are hosted at Splat Space the first Friday of every month. It's a ton of fun, and all are welcome.

Open Saturdays

Splat Space

Note: Following Meetup's COVID-19 guidelines, this event is suspended until further notice. In the meantime, please visit us online at splatspace.org, join our durham-makerspace googlegroup or send a message to [masked] to join the discussion on our Slack group. Join other makers, hackers and crafters to work on any of your projects and socialize. Any project is welcome: textiles, crafts, 3d printers, wearables, electronics, or software. Or, just come to visit and check out the Space if you've never been to Splat Space.

Saturday Science

New RAD Lab

Note: Following Meetup's COVID-19 guidelines, Saturday Science meetups are suspended until further notice. In the meantime, please visit us online at tridiybio.org, or send a message to [masked] to join the discussion on our Slack group. You're invited to check out the pop-up Community Lab space at the Splat outpost in the Lakewood Shopping Center (Scrap Exchange property). Come to see & hear about member projects, or to talk about or work on a project or idea of your own. Projects featured this week: - diy bio-sensors - diy gel electrophoresis The community lab effort is led by TriDIYBio, the biology interest group of SplatSpace. Our goal is to create a Community Laboratory open to all, focusing on the interests of its members. These interests currently include: Citizen Science, Biotechnology, Entomology, Teaching and Experimenting with Biology, DIY Lab Equipment, Electronics, and Science-y art. New members are invited to join in ongoing activities, or to use the space to work on your own projects and ideas. Saturday Science events are free and open to the public. Everyone is very welcome to attend, regardless of prior science experience.

Software Project Night

Splat Space

Note: Following Meetup's COVID-19 guidelines, Sunday Software meetups are suspended until further notice. Come to Software Project Night with a project that you want to show off, you want to ask others for help with, or that you just want to work on. Come to Software Project Night with a software topic you want to talk about because you think it's cool, or you want to understand it better. Come to Software Project Night if you're a beginner or an expert programmer: sharing your unique perspective on software is what makes Software Project Night work!

Past events (2,002)

Splat Space Open Meeting

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