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Website: www.michaelferrin.com Instagram: @ferrin.woodworking Tell us about yourself I grew up in South West Philadelphia. My father is a luthier and when I was a child he repaired instruments for […]
Art and technology have been interconnected throughout history and recent developments have brought them even closer. Technology has ventured into each dimension of our existence, making everyday activities easier, quicker, […]
Makerspace—a word you might hear often, but what is it? It basically describes any shared workspace. Our makerspace at NextFab is an advanced membership-based workshop filled with machinery, like-minded people, […]
If there were a Marvel movie on community-centered shopping, Black Friday would be Thanos and Small Business Saturday (SBS) would be The Avengers. SBS is a shopping holiday that falls […]
From makeshift home offices to Zoom happy hours with friends, 2020 has reshaped so many aspects of our lives. As the holiday season approaches, artisans and entrepreneurs must continue to […]
It’s been a year of adaptation and adjustment for artisans and entrepreneurs, and the holiday season won’t be any different. That’s why we created a 3-part webinar series called, “From […]
Based only on the sheer number of 2020 memes that flooded our screens this year, it’s fair to say the end of this year is a cause worth celebrating. […]
From job opportunities to studio space, a creative spirit will be key for art school graduates in the coronavirus economy. There can be opportunities in disruption. That’s an important piece […]
Meet our Monthly Maker: Susan Murphy Website: jawnaments.com Instagram: @jawnaments TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF I am Susan Murphy, owner and founder of Jawnaments.com, Philly’s hyper-local ornament company. I teach full-time undergrad business at […]
The NextFab North Philly location is officially moving to 1800 North American Street in Spring 2020, after closing up the current location on November 30, 2019. Why is this happening? […]