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Our workshops are here for you to learn new skills, techniques and possibilites!
All workshops are held at the MakerSpace.
See the Activity Schedule for dates and times of all classes and workshops.
See something you like? Sign up HERE for any and all workshops on Community Pass.
MAKE A BELMAR SOUVENIR
Instructor: Louise Krasniewicz
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Come learn about the possibilities for creative making at the Belmar MakerSpace by participating in a workshop that will create a summer-themed miniature souvenir.
Using 3D printing, painting, fabrics, and miniature accessories, we will create a small-scale lounge chair with a Belmar logo that you can take home.
The workshop is free and open to all ages and no previous experience is needed.
All materials are supplied. Adults must accompany children younger than 10.
Quilting and Sewing Workshop - FREE
Instructor: Carol Robbins
Calling all Quilters and Sewers!
This workshop will focus on quilting, with sewing techniques and best practices taught and shared among participants. The Workshop is open format, allowing for people of all skill levels to participate. So whether you are new to sewing or a seasoned pro, this will be a great workshop to learn new things, share your knowledge with others and be part of a future larger project, like the creation a of a community quilt.
The MakerSpace has the space and layout for people to layout large swaths of fabric for pattern cutting or working on drapes, blankets, etc. If quilting is not your thing, but want to work on your own sewing project while being with others with similar passions and interests, the Quilting and Sewing Workshop is the place for you!
No experience is necessary, and there are no pre-requisites, so you can jump in at any time.
This workshop is 2 hours and there is no experience necessary!
Every class is an open drop-in event, so no worries if you missed previous workshops! Come in and join the fun!
Basics of Computer Recording - FREE
Instructor: Paul Ritchie
This class will be an introduction to basics of computer recording software and hardware. You will learn the following:
Installing/operating audio interface
operating recording software (garage band)
basics of signal path (recording microphones, DI, midi)
Simple efx processing (eq, compression, delay reverb)
Exporting your audio
This class is for those who are interested in podcasting. recording music, demos, making beats, and working with midi.
This class is free and will be held twice a month for three months, and will repeat. Your instructor will be Paul Ritchie, a former Adjunct Professor of Music at Monmouth University and owner of a local music recording studio.
More workshops are currently in development. Check back for new workshops as they come available.