An independent space in Oxford for the hacking needs of our diverse, creative and talented maker community. We have a studio at OVADA that is currently equipped with numerous tools, wifi, soldering irons, 3d printer, sewing machine, oscilloscope, game consoles, a thriving community, and much more!
The studio is open for some time 7 days a week. We also have a more social meetup every Thursday evening, 7pm-11pm at our studio.
Wherever your interest lies, this is a space to do it. You're always welcome to do your own thing or take part in workshops. The more diverse our group, the more stuff you learn. Come introduce yourself to the community on the mailing list! Your ideas and enthusiasm are sure to be met with excitement here.
Our members' interests include crafting, visual arts, programming, electronics, science, 3D printing, and much more. If you're looking for a place in Oxford to work on projects, and people to work with then get in contact. Check out our Mailing List or drop by one of our weekly meetups on Thursday evenings. The Oxford Hackspace welcomes all kinds of members interested in any kind of making.
|Sun 24th May||14:00 to 22:00||→ Open from 2pm to 10pm|
|Mon 25th May||17:00 to 22:00||→ Open from 5pm to 10pm|
|Tue 26th May||18:00 to 22:00||→ Open from 6pm to 10pm|
|Wed 27th May||17:00 to 22:00||→ Open from 5pm to 10pm|
|Thu 28th May||18:00 to 23:00||→ Sorry, closed this Thursday afternoon
→ Hackspace open from 6pm to 11pm
→ Social night from 7pm. Visitors are welcome!
|Fri 29th May||17:00 to 22:00||→ Open from 5pm to 10pm|
|Sat 30th May||14:00 to 22:00||→ Open from 2pm to 10pm|
|Sun 31st May||14:00 to 22:00||→ Open from 2pm to 10pm|
Join the list, introduce yourselves, come and talk about your interests and what projects you'd like to work on.
We meet every week on Thursday evenings, 1900-2300 in our studio in OVADA Our meetups are a social time as well as allowing people to discuss and/or work on any projects they are interested in.
We have a chat room at #oxford-hack-space on Freenode. The channel is quite active, and seems to be where the most interesting tech discussions are happening at the moment. Join the chat.
The Google+ community is a good place to share photos of projects, and receive invitations to our meetups. You can also follow the hackspace Google+ page
Our wiki has some updates on moving into our studio, details of members projects, etc.