CSR is delighted to highlight The Makers Guild, a newly formed non-for-profit organisation based in Portsmouth.
CSR is delighted to highlight The Makers Guild, a newly formed non-for-profit organisation based in Portsmouth. Set up by the three entrepreneurs Sam Asiri, Ming Wu and Gavin Hodson with a commitment to provide opportunities to develop skills and ideas to make, innovate and collaborate within a space that facilitates making and sharing as part of a creative community.
Housed at Portsmouth Guildhall, they have founded a community maker-space open to professional designers, artists and makers, hobbyists, graduates, schools and the wider community – where there is open access to dedicated studio workstations, flexible workspace, access to tools & machinery, digital fabrication, shared meeting area, relaxing & discussion area, exhibition and display space, project storage, access to materials and parts which develops and offers an ethos of collaboration with fellow studio users, a facility for schools & youth organisations to stimulate learning through the form of making & technology.
And, just simply a great VIBE to make stuff!
They have already been awarded the NEST enterprise award 2017
We have been working with MG on a community engagement project at St Columba in Fareham and plan to do much more with them in the future.
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