Make Things Better
Due to Langara's COVID-19 precautions the Makerspace is currently closed to onsite access,
but we are taking online submissions until July 30th, 2021.
Makerspace will re-open for student, staff and faculty use on September 1st, 2021.


We are accepting online submissions for 3D prints, laser cut/engrave services as well as Vinyl Cuts. It can be a class project or personal...  Details are here >


Langara’s Makerspace works to strengthen curriculum and broaden professional practice through the promotion of innovation and the advancement of applied creativity. Langara’s Makerspace builds upon the opportunities within new technologies and established practice, emergent and distributed communities, and critical contemporary issues. The considered investigation of Making through an awareness of the inherent ethics of objects - their purpose, materials, manufacture and lifecycle - forms a foundational component of the Makerspace identity.

Makerspace Terms Of Reference >

To learn more about our Makerspace Online Workshops and our Ouput Submissions for remote 3D printing, laser cutting and vinyl cutting, click on one of the buttons below...

The makerspace is located in A268


Philip Robbins
Coordinator, Makerspace 
Instructor, Fine Arts

Don Gillard
Makerspace Tech