MakeHackVoid

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MakeHackVoid
MHV-logo.svg
Status active
Country Australia

State or District

Australian Capital Territory

City Canberra

Date of founding

2009/11/27

Last Updated 2014-02-03
Website https://makehackvoid.com/

Wiki

https://wiki.makehackvoid.com/

IRC

irc://irc.freenode.net/makehackvoid

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/makehackvoid

Flickr

http://www.flickr.com/groups/makehackvoid/

Twitter

https://twitter.com/MakeHackVoid

Mailinglist

http://makehackvoid.com/contacts/#mailing_lists

CalendarFeed

iCal feed

Snail mail

PO Box 3351
Belconnen DC
ACT, AUSTRALIA-2617 Canberra
Australia

Number of members

83

Membership fee

For those who are able, we ask that you pay a monthly contribution to the running costs. Most people pay $30 a month using a scheduled payment through their online banking. There are also donation boxes in the space if regular payments are difficult for you.

Size of rooms

136m²

Members

Open to Exchanges?

yes

Open to Residencies?

maybe

Location -35° 14' 4.8696", 149° 3' 59.8399"
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MakeHackVoid, described by Us Folk magazine as “one of Canberra’s best new creative organisations”, is a makerspace that provides ACT residents with a multi-use workshop and meeting space at Ginninderra House in Belconnen.

MakeHackVoid is modeled on an international community of like minded spaces that started in Germany in 1995. It supports and encourages arts, science and technology culture in the ACT by providing a physical space for Canberra residents, as well as national and international visitors to meet, interact and create.

We hold public Maker Meetups on the 1st, 3rd & 5th Tuesdays of each month. These meetups are where we invite you to join us and chat, participate in show and tell, get help or advice, or talk about your projects.

Our group includes people with diverse backgrounds and interests. MakeHackVoid is dedicated to a harassment-free experience for everyone. See our Code of conduct.

If you can’t make it to the next meeting then subscribe to the Makers mailing list, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, or join us in the IRC channel.

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