Maker Space 307 News
Maker Space 307 Events
Pour a Painting
Sat., September 9, 10:30 – 1:30, Free and open to the public
If you can pour juice in a cup you can do this kind of painting and get amazing results! First you choose 4 colors for your “paint parfait”, spray with silicone, layer in a cup, dump it on a board and watch your painting come to life. Apply a bit of heat to help it along. Then – make another one using the paint that ran off the edges of the first one. Be prepared to carefully carry home two 4x4 inch wet paintings as these will need 3 days to dry completely.
Third Annual Halloween and Day of the Dead Party
Frank B. Wise Complex
Oct. 28 – 11 – 2
Free and open to the public
We take over the entire Frank B. Wise Complex to provide extreme fun. See ghostly vapors, make shrunken heads and traditional crafts, learn to make popcorn balls, watch scary movies, eat authentic Mexican food that is for sale. Hourly door prizes and prizes for best single costume and best family/group costumes. Sponsored by University of Wyoming EPSCoR and Extension Office, Wind River Development Fund, Maker Space 307 and Poetics of Peace.
Open Hours for MS307 Members:
Wednesday and Thursday – 5:30 – 9:00
Saturdays 10:00am – 4:00pm except holidays
First Mondays – 5:30 – 9:00
Other times by appointment – we can be very flexible with these hours, call us for more information.
- All tools and equipment are available for members only. Prior training in classes or demonstration of proficiency is required.
- Services are provided, for a fee, to non members and those members who do not have required proficiency to use equipment themselves.
Off Site FREE Events
Nov. 1, 5:30 – 7:30 Screening for “The Fox and the Wood-tick”, and “The Arapaho Ranch Safari” for family and friends
The Wyoming Arts Council – Art Summit is in Lander, Wyoming, November 3 and they have scheduled a pre conference tour of Maker Space 307 on Nov. 2, from 3 – 4 and a post conference tour of Maker Space 307 on Nov. 4, from 3-4.
Included in the Maker Space 307 tour is a look at our facilities, some HOT Topics projects (Hands On Teaching Topics), an exhibit in our gallery space of Maker’s Work and Maker Space 307 Community Projects from the last year, and the Whistle Stop Film Festival is screening two films, the Fox and Wood-tick (a 3D movie) and the Arapaho Ranch Safari, that were shot on the Wind River Reservation with MS307 and the WIA-Summer Youth Program.