Open to the public:
2pm - 10pm
Thu through Sun
(On other days/hours:
Hit us up on IRC or
knock on our doors.
A member may be there
to let you in.)
Open to members: 24/7
525 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor
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Pics or it didn’t happen. Oh no! We spent a couple weeks cleaning and brightening the space up. You should come check it out! We are now looking for a few awesome people to help keep the space open to … Continue reading
Remodeling work and plumbing issues have taken a little longer than expected. We will be up and running again to the public on Saturday September 7th!
All Hands Active is inaccessible to all for a week. Some long needed plumbing issues are being dealt with, but until that work is finished no one is allowed in the space. If this is an issue, please contact Josh … Continue reading
All Hands Active will be mostly out of commission this week, and we’ll need some awesome help during this period : ) Sunday, August 25th – Saturday August 31st we will be painting, removing unused items, and organizing every section … Continue reading
We had an awesome time at MakerFaire Detroit! It was great to see so many hacker/makerspaces about, we managed to talk with a few from as far as the Netherlands and as close as our Maker Works neighbor across the … Continue reading
First Aid for Hackerspaces! Join RN Ana Maier on Sunday the 16th for a review of your mighty skills, and go on a scavenger hunt to discover all the places we hide First Aid Kits. Craig Albert of The Game … Continue reading
The Cube has been replaced with a new layout of multi-purpose workstations! (Thanks Barracuda, Zach, & Thomas) This weekend we will be running multiple workshops that teach people how to use a Kinect to create 3D Models of humans. This … Continue reading
How can you help? By fundraising! By working with other organizations in the community to help raise awareness and further our goals. What are AHA’s goals? All Hands Active would like to see MORE of the following: Collaboration On projects, with … Continue reading
We have a class on Octave on Tuesday, April 9th (Think MatLab but Open Source). Massimo Banzi (Co-founder of the Arduino) is giving a free talk on Thursday, April 11th at the Michigan Theater as a part of the Penny W. … Continue reading
1) You might want to mute the audio : ) 2) We are doing Eggbot Workshops (this thing you’re watching) on Saturday from 4:30pm to 6:30pm, and Sunday from 12:00pm to 2:00pm.