Seattle Makers to open new studio space in Interbay

The Seattle Makers are getting ready to open a new maker space in Interbay (3012 16th Ave W).

Seattle Makers is a group of artists and makers that host workshops and classes for woodworking, 3D printing, laser cutting, screen printing, and other crafts. They’re hosting a grand reopening of their new, larger maker space on March 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a ribbon-cutting at noon.

They’ll have live demonstrations and will invite participants to check out different maker options such as metalworking, sewing, and ceramics.

As part of the reopening, the group is offering 25% off the first month of membership.

If you plan to go, Seattle Makers requires an e-waiver.

Photo: Seattle Makers on Facebook