FAQ:

 

Q: What can I expect from the Make & Master experience?

A: The Make + Master experience is all about cultivating a craft…for the craftsman and the student. Make + Master centers around the idea of connecting local makers with their people and people with their local makers. With every course, you can expect to leave equipped with the knowledge of a new skill and the connection of a local craftsman. We provide the literal tools for you to come learn and create, so you can leave with the knowledge of how to continue making whenever and wherever you like.

 

Q: How big are the classes?

A: Class size varies on the specific maker involved. Together, we will determine the optimum environment to ensure that instructors can give the quality time and attention needed for each participant to learn and feel success. On average, class size will range from 10-20.

 

Q: I’m a local maker! How can I get involved?

A: Hi and welcome to Make + Master! We’re always looking for likeminded, local businesses with whom to join forces. Email us at hello@makeandmaster.com to talk more.

 

Q: When and where will this all take place?

A: Make + Master classes will begin in Spring of 2016. Classes will be held on Saturday mornings at Church and State’s new building, 1893. Find out more about their space and cause here.

 

Q: How much will each class be?

A: The cost of each Make + Master class will vary depending on the skill being shared that day. We anticipate offering classes ranging from $100-$500 based on required tools, projects, and time. One unique tenet of the Make + Master community is that local business owners are paid for their time and knowledge as well. Our goal is a mutually beneficial experience for those who come to learn and for those who teach.

Q: I know someone who would LOVE to attend one of these events. Can I purchase a spot as a gift?

A: What a thoughtful gesture! And yes, it's really easy to purchase a spot for someone else. Contact us at hello@makeandmaster.com to find out more.