Savannah’s Makerspace for Woodworking, Metalworking, Electronics, 3D Printing and More

Announcing new classes at Maven Makers!

Spring into Making: Classes Launch!

Saturday, May 7th • 4:30-7:30 pm

We’re rolling out new classes at Savannah’s makerspace! FREE demos and workshops, live music, great food, silent auction and more!

Beginning this May, we’ll be offering new classes, including woodworking, jewelry, sewing, ceramics, leatherworking and more! Help us celebrate on Saturday, May 7th from 4:30 to 7:30 pm, and take part in some FREE demos and workshops, plus enjoy live music, great local food, drinks and even cotton candy! We’ll also have a silent auction of local handmade goods. And the best part? You’ll get discounts when you register for upcoming classes at the event. So mark your calendars today!

Register for the event by April 29 and get two free Maker Bucks to spend toward any product at the vendor booth of your choice.

REGISTER TODAY

Maven Makers. A community of makers in a collaborative makerspace that cultivates a culture of creativity.

 

EXPLORE THE SPACE

We have 4,700 square feet and over $20,000 worth of equipment. Check it out!

TAKE A CLASS

Browse our schedule of classes. Woodworking, woodturning, soldering, 3D printing and more.

BECOME A MEMBER

Choose from a variety of membership packages, from single-use punch cards to yearly memberships.

SAVANNAH’S MAKERSPACE

Maven Makers is Savannah’s makerspace—a beautiful and spacious workshop full of tools, materials and ideas to inspire your next creative project. Take a woodworking class and kick your skills up to the next level. Learn how to use new tools—from bandsaws and soldering irons to a 3d printer. And collaborate with like-minded makers who can give you insights and advice on your projects. You’ll progress from Novice to Maven in no time.

MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS

We offer several membership packages to best suit your needs, with the Founding Membership being our most economical at just $62.50 a month. Regardless of your membership level, you’ll get all the training you need, plus access to all the equipment and room for you to store your projects.

You can also purchase a punch card in lieu of a membership. Punch cards allow you to use the equipment in 2-hour increments.

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BEFORE YOU START

Before using any of the equipment—whether you’re a member or not—you’ll need to take our three safety training classes. You’ll make a cutting board, a push stick and a rolling pin while you learn how to use the tools safely. Visit the Learn section for more information.

Membership Packages

$75/ month
1-Month Membership
Savings
Equipment Training
Equipment Training
Equipment Access
Equipment Access
*Project Storage
Project Storage
** Gallery Space
Locker
$225/ 3 months
3-Month Membership
Savings
Equipment Training
Equipment Training
Equipment Access
Equipment Access
*Project Storage
Project Storage
**Gallery Space
Gallery Space
Locker
Locker: +$5/month
$390/ 6 months
6-Month Membership
Savings
$60 Savings!
Equipment Training
Equipment Training
Equipment Access
Equipment Access
*Project Storage
Project Storage
**Gallery Space
Gallery Space
Locker
Locker: +$5/month
$750/ 12 months
12-Month Membership
Savings
$150 Savings!
Equipment Training
Equipment Training
Equipment Access
Equipment Access
*Project Storage
Project Storage
**Gallery Space
Gallery Space
Locker
Locker: +$5/month
$25
5-Punch Card
] Equipment Training
Equipment Training
Equipment Access
Equipment Access
$50
10-Punch Card
Equipment Training
Equipment Training
Equipment Access
Equipment Access

Maker of the Month

Richard Huhn

While “helping” his father craft shelves, cabinetry, and furniture for the family home, six-year-old Richard built a rudimentary warship with scraps from the workshop and a dowel for the smokestack. His dad guided him through gluing and painting, and the ship is proudly docked in his family’s basement. Richard likes to think he’s improved since then.

While living in the D.C. area, Richard dabbled with woodturning and marquetry at The Woodworkers Club in Rockville, Maryland. He then migrated south and joined Lowcountry Turners and Maven Makers, where he moved beyond the basics to create his own technically challenging works.

Richard has recently crafted several pens and decorative cutting boards and coasters. He is currently producing a modern console table while he further sharpens his skill with an eye toward Federal-style furniture and its intricate inlays. Richard hopes that others will appreciate the detail and precision in his handcrafted wood pieces.