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Apr27MonApr28Tue6:00 pm WTF Open Hack: Women/Trans/Femme Only @ XerocraftWTF Open Hack: Women/Trans/Femme… @ XerocraftApr 28 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pmThis is an open hack night exclusively for Women/Trans/Femme hackers, artists and makers (hence the name, WTF). Similar to the Bicas WTF nights, we will [...]Apr29WedApr30Thu
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Vinyl Cutter Workshop When: Friday, August 1: 7pm to 10pm Cost: Free, $10 donation requested. RSVP required (see below) Members Only?: No! Join us tomorrow night for a workshop on making your own colored decals using our vinyl cutter! Robert more »
Sometimes we even do printmaking at Xerocraft. The Yay Big Gallery up the street (174 E Toole) is showing their Southwest traveling print show all month, having an opening this Saturday, June 7th, from 6 – 9 PM. Details at more »
As the weather heats up in Tucson, we think of the South Pole, where David Lesser flew the Xerocraft hackerspace flag this past winter: Of course, last December it was “summer” down under On January 6th, 2014, it was colder more »
Last Saturday (March 22nd) Xerocraft participated in the Southwest Maker Fest in Mesa (near Phoenix), sponsored in part by HeatSync Labs: Cell phone controlled sculpture is possible! We taped a Styrofoam figure on top of the Roomba robot from the more »
UPDATE: The Tucson Sculpture Festival 2014 catalog is now online. If you were at the Tucson Sculpture Festival’s opening night on February 1st you may have seen Moheeb Zara from Phoenix’s HeatSync Hackerspace using OpenSkan to create 3D virtual models more »
It’s back! BICAS is hosting The 2014 Tucson Sculpture Festival. The show kicks off tomorrow at 6pm at The Art Gallery and continues through February 15th. Come see the work of dozens of local artists. The Tucson Robot Club will more »