Artisan’s Asylum is run by a very small paid staff and a large number of dedicated volunteers. We have dozens of people, with a wide range of skills and interests, working hard on creating a space and community to support the work we all want to do.
Applications to join the deskie team will be available in late Fall 2015. Contact email@example.com with any questions about the program!
Applications are now open to join our Fall 2015 Awesomenaut Program! This volunteer position requires regular commitment and offers the opportunity to learn and apply design and fabrication techniques in our community maintained shops and facilities. More details posted here. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and cover letter.
Sign up for a regularly scheduled tour slot or to be on-call by filling out this form! No experience? No problem! Training will be made available.
Have shop experience? Help us by helping our members get signed off to safely and competently use tools in our fabrication shops. Start by filling out this form.
The Artisan’s Asylum Grants Fund goes towards providing Asylum services to those in financial need and to occasional awesome projects.
The Asylum is a diverse community with one thing in common: Making. We want to extend that community to a wider and even more diverse group of people, and to enable dreams that are bigger than those that one person alone can realize. Help us help others, and please donate now.
If you’re a member of the Asylum community, you already know how great this place is and how it has changed lives already. We need to keep that dream alive and growing, and share it with more people. It’s also our hope that these grants can help improve local businesses, teach marketable skills, and otherwise make the world a better place. All funds will fall under the terms of the AG1 Grant Fund.
Aside from supporting the Asylum, we have a wide variety of opportunities for local organizations and companies to get involved by forming creative partnerships. Contact member-services [at] artisansasylum [dot] com with your ideas.