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091 Labs. 091 Labs is a collaborative community space based in Galway City, Ireland.

091 Labs

It is a shared physical space for any and all creative projects: art, woodwork, software, photography and electronics – to name but a few. Our aim is to provide Galway with a place for people to work and collaborate on creative projects, to learn and to share their knowledge. We welcome all skill levels and all creative ideas. We are funded by membership fees, fundraising, workshops, events and donations. We are a part of a loosely-knit international movement known as Hackerspaces (also known as Makerspaces or Creative Spaces). A link to our constitution. Ireland currently has four active hacker/makerspaces: 091 Labs in Galway, TOG in Dublin, MiLKlabs (Limerick) and Nexus Cork. Our address is 091 Labs, 6 Commerce House, Flood Street, Galway. View Larger Map 091 Labs is run on a voluntary basis by members, and is funded by membership, workshops and events. You can also help by donating items on our wishlist. Constitution. (99+) 091labs-public.

Hackerspace Wiki - About. Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects.

Hackerspace Wiki - About

This website is for Anyone and Everyone who wants to share their hackerspace stories and questions with the global hackerspaces community. Regular Events Call-in - Call-ins provide an opportunity for existing hackerspaces to provide an update and highlight upcoming events, and new/planned hackerspaces can ask questions. First Sunday each month. Synchronous Hackathon - Hackerspaces worldwide use the internet to interact and hack for the weekend. Resources Hackerspaces Blog: The Hackerspaces blog showcasing interesting projects and events around the world at hackerspaces. FAQ Tog-Dublin.

What is TOG?

FAQ Tog-Dublin

TOG is a group of individuals who have come together to form an inclusive community interested in the pursuit of innovation in science, technology, modern culture, and creative arts. What is a Hackerspace? A Hackerspace is a physical space where people come together to pursue shared interests. TOG is a Hackerspace in Dublin and a number of other Hackerspace groups are forming throughout Ireland. Where is the space? Our current space is in Warehouse Unit C, Chancery Lane, Dublin 8, Ireland. Why? Dublin has a very centralised public transport system and because most members use public transport we decided that the space should be within walking distance of O’Connell Street Bridge. What do you need a space for? The space provides shared physical resources that are in general beyond the reach of an individual, but it also provides the opportunity to work together and avenues for inspiration and collaboration.

I can do all I want in my attic/garage/shed? What if I don’t live in Dublin? Milk Labs. MiLKlabs is a collaborative community space based in Limerick City, Ireland.

Milk Labs

Our name is derived from ‘Made In LimericK’. It’s a shared physical space for any and all creative projects: art, woodwork, software, photography and electronics – to name but a few. Our aim is to provide Limerick with a place for people to work and collaborate on creative projects, to learn and to share their knowledge. We welcome all skill levels and all creative ideas. We are funded by membership fees, fundraising, workshops, events and donations. We are currently on the look-out for a physical space to call home but have regular meetings in the Absolute Hotel and workshops in UL. [This page has been shamelessly cloned from 091labs.com to whom we are extremely grateful for all the help they have given.