For families with budding scientists in third through sixth grade, there will be a free science day at Maker House, 283 N. Stone Ave., from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Kari Cadenhead learned to sew and make things with her hands to have gifts to give as a child. She learned from her mother, a single mom, who made Halloween costumes and clothing for Kari and her sister.
A new video about Tucson’s pioneering spirit has been created in the hopes of piquing the interest of Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk.
A horde of assorted builders, crafters and tinkerers will descend on downtown Tucson on March 1 to share and celebrate the art and science of making things.
Do you have something you want to fix or modify? Maybe you just want to see how something works.
A few months after its opening, Maker House is still making itself at home — and making itself, period.
Maker House, a collaborative artisans workspace opening in downtown Tucson in September, has launched a crowdfunding campaign on RocketHub to raise $75,000 for furnishings and equipment.
The facility will have several co-working spaces that artisans and others will share for both workshops and classes. This room once housed an indoor swimming pool.
Downtown Tucson soon will be home to perhaps the only place on Earth where you can learn knitting as well as how to use your knitting needles for self-defense.
This room planned for crafts and activities at Maker House features a mural done in the early 1960s by Mexican-born artist Salvador Corona. Maker House's developers are resurrecting this and the rest of the old Bates Mansion.
Co-founders Tony and Vanessa Ford are turning the long-empty Bates Mansion downtown into Maker House, a collaborative workspace geared toward artisans. This room will be something artisans always need: a coffee bar.