Hackerspaces Village

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Hackerspaces Village


Marillac Terrace


The Hackerspace Village is organized by some of New York City's local hackerspaces. They are all nonprofit and 100 percent volunteer-run.

NYCResistor has been in operation since 2007 and has been a hacker clubhouse with open weekly hack and craft nights, as well as workshops and classes on many topics. Their space in Boerum Hill is home to many tools, components, dodads and art, and has been a welcoming community for all.

Hack Manhattan is a place for people to come together and socialize, work on projects, and share knowledge. They welcome anyone interested in art, craft, and technology. Whether you're interested in electronics or gardening, textiles or 3D printing, you're invited to come, work, and be part of the community.

Fat Cat Fab Lab, since 2013 has been a hub for artists, students, engineers, hobbyists, startups, and meetups to gather and grow through 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC routing, sewing, electronics, photography, and more.

This is the village to learn about upcoming workshops, meetups, and parties. Talk about hackerspace design patterns. Swap stories about projects and organization strategies in case you want to join a hackerspace or start your own!

Registration -- NOT required

You do not need to register in advance to visit the Hackerspaces Village -- please visit whenever you like.:

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