COLUMBUS, Ind. — A local group is looking for the community’s feedback regarding the possibility of a new makerspace near Columbus’s airpark campus.
The project’s guiding team, led by Bryan Rushton, has released an online survey seeking feedback on who would be interested in using the facility, how they would use it and the type of activities they would most like to engage in.
“Makerspace” is defined as a place where people can come together to create or invent things, either using traditional crafts or technology.
The team is looking to get as many responses as possible so that they can know what type of space would best suit local makers, Rushton said. In observing other facilities, it has been clear that each makerspace reflects the individual needs and interests of the community.
“Based on this feedback, we hope to gain a better idea of how we might…