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Make Liverpool offers workspace, meeting rooms; events and production space, as well as an open access workshop. It’s a place to play, make and fix; bring an idea and take away your invention – Open to members, residents and the public, and host a range events and courses.
Make Liverpool sits firmly at the heart of the city’s creative and maker scene, where they’ve worked to support artists, makers and small businesses since 2012.
Growing from the Baltic Triangle, where they’ve been based for more than five years, Make encompasses creative space in Elevator Studios – they run a hub for small businesses and makers to grow and develop projects and ideas – with 18,000 square feet of maker space on Regent Street, amidst the growing cultural cluster of Liverpool’s north docks.
Make is the culmination of six years of research, planning and development from directors Alex Kelly, Kirsten Little and Liam Kelly.
‘We combine, arts, textiles, education and mentoring backgrounds with our own experiences of running a business, to plug gaps in resources and provide support we struggled to find when we were setting up our own business.’
‘Our two venues are open to members, residents and the public. We’re a place to work from, run workshops, events, and exhibitions; we’re a space for workers, makers, students and tutors; for artist’s talks and creative events; small parties, launches, meetings and exhibitions.’
‘We have a strong sense of our place and pride in our work here in Liverpool. We believe in self-sufficiency and sustainability and aim to remove barriers to people joining the economy by making things themselves, or starting their own business and becoming self-sufficient.’
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