Waterbury MakerSphere, a volunteer organization dedicated to creating an incubator space for artists, creators and makers has signed a lease at 30 Foundry St. in downtown Waterbury! This will create individual studio spaces as well as a common room. Several studios are spoken for but a couple are still available to rent.
"This is another step toward making Waterbury a regional hub for creativity and innovation," said President John Bauer. "Affordable, dedicated space is essential for the creation of art, starting a business, or even just for self-fulfilling personal work."
Part of the goal of MakerSphere is to build a community that can be supportive. Gathering artists and makers together allows for the exchange of ideas and talents.
Contact Don Schneider at for a tour or with any questions, or leave a message at (802) 272-6557. Come join the Maker team!
The first MakerSphere satellite space is opening this Fall!
We are hosting an Open House to show you the exciting opportunities coming to our community!
Join us on Saturday and Sunday, September 15th and 16th, from 10:00-2:00 at our first satellite location: WAMS Handcrafting and Ceramic Satellite space - 201 Hollow Rd. Waterbury Center. We're located in the historic Seminary building.
At this Open House, you will have the opportunity to see what the Waterbury Area MakerSphere is all about! Check out our upcoming workshops. Learn about what equipment will be available for use. Meet the people behind WAMS, and learn how to become involved in this maker movement in Waterbury. See you there!