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Rotary Talk. 1.3.13.

Barrel of Makers
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Jessica Taylor

on 3 January 2013

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Host an Interest Session Get the Word Out POSTER Looking for Waukesha Area Makers!

Are you a dreamer, an inventor, skilled craftsperson, engineer, or artist who could benefit from a workshop or meeting space to tinker and develop your ideas or products?

Do you wish you had access to a wide variety of specialized tools but can't afford to buy them, or can't justify the expense for only a project or two?

Do you learn best from hands-on experience, and value practical knowledge and skill that can be used immediately?

Do you yearn for the company of other makers to collaborate with and learn from?

Are you interested in supporting a local community of makers and innovators who will create new job opportunities and boost economic growth?

If your answer is yes, join us in building a creative community and opening a new maker space, and we need your help, advice, and passion! Don't miss this exciting opportunity to participate in the formation and guidance of our group! We'll be meeting at Martha Merrell's Books & Cafe on the second Sunday of every month, at 2:00-3:00pm. CRAIGSLIST Looking for Waukesha Area Makers!

Are you a dreamer, an inventor, skilled craftsperson, engineer, or artist who could benefit from a workshop or meeting space to tinker and develop your ideas or products?

Do you wish you had access to a wide variety of specialized tools but can't afford to buy them, or can't justify the expense for only a project or two?

Do you learn best from hands-on experience, and value practical knowledge and skill that can be used immediately?

Do you yearn for the company of other makers to collaborate with and learn from?

Are you interested in supporting a local community of makers and innovators who will create new job opportunities and boost economic growth?

If your answer is yes, join us in building a creative community and opening a new maker space, and we need your help, advice, and passion! Don't miss this exciting opportunity to participate in the formation and guidance of our group! We'll be meeting at Martha Merrell's Books & Cafe on the second Sunday of every month, at 2:00-3:00pm. LETTER Looking for Waukesha Area Makers!

Are you a dreamer, an inventor, skilled craftsperson, engineer, or artist who could benefit from a workshop or meeting space to tinker and develop your ideas or products?

Do you wish you had access to a wide variety of specialized tools but can't afford to buy them, or can't justify the expense for only a project or two?

Do you learn best from hands-on experience, and value practical knowledge and skill that can be used immediately?

Do you yearn for the company of other makers to collaborate with and learn from?

Are you interested in supporting a local community of makers and innovators who will create new job opportunities and boost economic growth?

If your answer is yes, join us in building a creative community and opening a new maker space, and we need your help, advice, and passion! Don't miss this exciting opportunity to participate in the formation and guidance of our group! We'll be meeting at Martha Merrell's Books & Cafe on the second Sunday of every month, at 2:00-3:00pm. Google Form tied to a spreadsheet
People can register and sign in What is your name?
What do you make?
How do we reach you?
How did you hear about this? Example: Bucketworks https://atrium.schoolfactory.org/springcity Host a Planning Session Plan a Field Trip Makerfaire, other spaces, etc. Talk about the seven dimensions
Come up with a simple task for each
Ask people to commit to doing a simple task
Plan the next planning session
Feel free to use OpenAtrium The Space Classes Events The Community Business Individuals Local Small Businesses Local Organizations Startups High-school College Meetups BuildHealth
BarCamp Milwaukee
WordCamp
PhotoCamp
Theatre Unconference
Web414 Meetup
PHPUG Meetup
RubyMKE Meetup
DC414 Meetup
Carnival
Winter Farmer Market
Beelapalooza
Startup Accelerator
Start Anything Meetup Dance Session! BarCamp TEDx Fest/Faire Hackathon DevHouse Bucketworks invites members of the Milwaukee community--people focused on making businesses, technology, and creative ideas and solutions. Bucketworks hosts a regular and varied event calendar, offering events, classes, and activities to its members and the broader community. Community groups focused on a particular subject (PHP, Ruby, Animation) who meet on a regular monthly basis. Bucketworks will fill the gaps in traditional high school education, offering a unique opportunity for students to engage in a tech and entrepreneurial community. Startup teams and businesses will use Bucketworks, its resources, and its community to develop their model, find talent, and get started. Individuals (14-up) from the Milwaukee community can join Bucketworks to work on their projects, their business, and their ideas. Bucketworks will welcome local small to medium sized businesses, who will use it for team building, off-sites, and an employee benefit. Non-profits, community associations, educational organizations and local government will use Bucketworks to collaborate on the city's health and future. Local colleges and universities will encourage students to participate in Bucketworks as members, exposing them to mentoring opportunities. Bucketworks members and the wider community create and offer classes and programming in many dimensions encompassing the basics through advanced. Hackers gather to create businesses and solutions to real world problems. Social event where members work on their projects in a party atmosphere. Bucketworks consists of a range of environments for individual and group work, large gatherings and events, messy and loud power tool operation, and quiet and focused meetings and work sessions. Bucketworks floor plan 2009 Business Basics
Marketing
SEO, Paid Search, Print, Radio & Television, Social Media
Speed Incorporation Python
PHP
Ruby
Web Dev Architectures
Open Source Projects
Server/Performance
Project Management Technology Group Dynamics
Team Development
Servant Leadership
Organzational Democracy
Transparency in Practice
Accountability Leadership Flash
Adobe CS
Basics of Design
Print vs Web Production
File Formats
Animation for the Web
Film, Video Design Painting
Sculpture
Drawing
Visualization
Gallery Exhibitions
Selling Artwork
Sustainable Artist Art Puppeteering
Carnival Performance
Theatre and acting
Auditions 101 Performance Second floor Room specifications Photos The Gallery is exactly what sounds like. It's a large space (1365 sq feet) with plenty of walls for art exhibits, (usually held by Artworks) but it's the perfect size for a meetup, luncheon, seminar, audition or rehearsal space. The Gallery is frequently used for auditions and rehearsals by the various theatre groups that call Bucketworks home. It is equipped with tables, a projector, and plenty of chairs. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Meetup space is the premier home of Milwaukee's Meetups! You can reserve a night of the month for your own meetup or attend one of the many frequent meetups that occur every single week. The Meetup space is also home to the Brew City Church, which holds a service right in Bucketworks every Sunday morning at 10am. The meetup can easily seat 75 and has projector capabilities. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Commons is the entrance area to Bucketworks. It is a huge room with plenty of space for your meetup, presentation, or social gathering.
The Commons contains the Front Office, the Ready Room, The Safe, the Closet and entrances to the Meetup Space, Workshop, Restrooms and Coat Room.
It features:
A screen for projecting
tables and chairs Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Workshop is a fully functional craft room with plenty of tools, art supplies, and space to express whatever's on your mind. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Bucketworks Garage is HUGE. It's a private, safe, and well lit, parking area with a Garage door and locks. We can easily fit 20 cars, and you can reserve a spot of your own for only $75/month. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Co-Working Loft is a large area that houses a number of small workspaces and two small conference rooms for privacy, The Co-Working Loft attaches to the Co-Working Space, The Boardroom, and the Shed. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos Bucketworks' Kitchen is a large dining area with a microwave, coffee, fridge, and all sorts of utensils. It's frequently used as a cafeteria for our various events and has plenty of room to prepare a meal for dozens of people. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Co-Working space is the primary place for independant renters. It's a great open space to get focused and get a few hours of work done in a social environment. You can rent a desk by the month or just use a hot desk for a smaller fee.
The Co Working Space contains the offices of many different organizations including Beepods, the Great Lakes Constructivist Consortium and more along with the Fishbowl. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Board Room is Bucketworks' largest conference room. With a giant screen, projector, and a large table with seating for 25 or more, the Board Room is ideal for any large meeting or assembly. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Deck is Bucketworks' open air lounge/dining area. Located outside of the the kitchen, the deck is a great place to have a chat, eat some lunch, or just get some fresh air. Beepods is currently building an outdoor beehive for education purposes. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Wiki Workshop is the largest space in Bucketworks and accordingly is mostly used as a creative workspace. It has plenty of room to build or fabricate whatever you're dreaming. The Wiki Workshop currently houses beepods.com, Angry Young Men Puppet Theatre and the Illuminati, but there's plenty of room for you and your organization. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Shed is a small private conference room on Bucketworks' second floor. It has webcam and conference capabilities and is a great match for any small meeting, teleconference or work session. Here You Can: Room specifications Photos The Fishbowl is a small glass conference room on Bucketworks' second floor. Located in the middle of the Co-Working Space, The Fishbowl has webcam and conference capabilities and comfortable seating for 7. It is a great match for any small meeting, teleconference or work session. Here You Can: 23.09W X 60.48L - 1396 sq ft 48.81W X 61.56L - 3004 sq feet 47.9W X 137.02L - 3004 sq ft 22.08W X 61.8L - 1365 sq ft 26.5W X 20.37W - 539.8 sq ft 1819 sq feet 21.87W X 62.02 L - 1356 sq feet 24W X 36L - 864 sq feet 12.07W X 13.36L - 158.1 sq feet 29.89W X 27.15L 161.3 sq feet 15.8W X 11.19L - 176.8 sq feet 47.99W X 68.56L - 3290 sq feet 20 amps
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