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Access Space will re-open with a programme of events starting on March 17th 2015. In the meanwhile, we are providing opening for people to collect their own data on Thursdays. Access for Hackspace use is continuing, but please make a booking by email.

For this and events news please email office@access-space.org

PLEASE NOTE: Sorry we no longer take in computers for recycling; for this we recommend
Aspire Community Enterprise.
 
FOR VENUE BOOKING please download and print this form and contact us to discuss your requirements.
 
Our new website is currently under construction, you can visit the old website here

Sat 28th March: Sheffield Raspberry Pi Jam 11am–3pm

eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-raspberry-jam-access-space-tickets-15992577229

Wed 25th March: Relaunch Night: Open Evening 5pm-7pm

facebook.com/events/903606293030247

Wed 25th March: Dorkbot 7-9pm

People doing strange things with electricity (Free/no booking)

facebook.com/dorkbotsheffield

Friday 20th March: Computer Club Algorave

8pm-1am (£5+fee) Loud music live coded. Computer Club Algorave is supported by Sound and Music, the national agency for new music

eventbrite.co.uk/e/computer-club-algorave-tickets-15515030875?aff=efbevent

Tue 17th March: Live Coding with Tidal workshop by Alex McLean

chrisjoseph.org/blog/events/tidal-workshop-access-space-sheffield-17-march-1830-2130

6.30-9pm (£20/£10) booking etc: facebook.com/events/721290144653737

 

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Artist in Residence Event  **Creative Accounting ** by Kate Rich

6.30pm Friday 24th October. Free. Access Space

Artist & trader Kate Rich will deliver an experimental lecture on the darker macro arts of economics.

See access-space.org/the-blog/

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Access Space is a registered charity based in Sheffield city centre. We offer a free, open access digital media lab which has been running for 14 years; a fabrication laboratory offering a HackSpacelaser-cutting tools and other digital manufacturing tools; computer recycling and building based on free and open source software; and an arts programme providing inspiring activities such as workshops using the latest creative software, exhibitions and installations, performance events and artist residencies.
We have thousands of people participating every year, of all ages, from every part of the city, and beyond.

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