Greensboro makers and future makers will soon have more space to hone their skills and figure out their craft as Forge Greensboro gears up to expand once again.
The community maker space in downtown Greensboro is looking to increase its size, from roughly 8,000 square feet to roughly 12,000 square feet with two additional classrooms, add community programming and launch a capital campaign to raise $350,000 for new programs, workshops, and facility improvements.
Similar to its previous expansion, the maker space, according to Executive Director Joe Rotondi, is “creating programs around how we saw people using the space.”
“Over the past three to four years, we’ve got an idea of what those programs are and how they affect the community. This campaign…