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Maker Resources

For your creative needs

Community Opportunities

Sell what you make: Interested in selling in MADE’s retail? Email to begin selling stuff at MADE.

Learn from Makers at exclusive Member Night: Every second Friday of the month! Members are invited to share their skills, and learn something new.

Grow Your Maker Community at Maker Brunch: Join us on the first Saturday of every month for a freeflowing open-forum opportunity to meet other makers, share your ideas, and give advice to others.

MADE Facebook Group: See what kinds of conversations are happening in the community, post questions, and find maker opportunities.

Instagram page: Check out the projects and machines at MADE as they are made! Tag us @made_in_stl for work in progress or completed projects.

Third Friday Opportunities: If you’re a MADE member, you are welcome to vend your wares at MADE during our Third Friday Open House and Maker Market. Email for more information.

Member Only Slack Channel: For MADE members, join our slack channel here.

MADE’s Resources

Checkout Kits at MADE: Take a peek at the tools and kits that you can check out and use at MADE as a member. Use of checkout kits and tools is free in the shop!

Member Handbook: How we work, and what it means to be a MADE member.

MADE’s Resource & Vendor Guide: Where will you buy your materials? What are the best websites? View our most helpful information.

Local Resources

St. Louis Public Library Digital Resources: As a St. Louis Public Library member, you can get access to a ton of free resources, like online classes for Corel Draw and Fusion 360.

Regional Arts Commission Grant Opportunities: The RAC gives out Artist Support Grants every 6 months, ranging in $500 to $3,000 in funds per artist.

Compiled list of Art and Small Biz Grants: Master list of national and local grant opportunities, compiled by Shayba Muhammad at The Makers Program.

WashU’s Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic: Students in this clinic provide advice and legal assistance to individuals and entities in the areas of entrepreneurship and intellectual property.