Crash Space is a non-profit organization located in Los Angeles and run by volunteers. It is a part of the growing global hackerspace movement. We are a collection of hackers, programmers, builders, makers, and artists. We promote science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) by teaching classes, participating in events, providing on-line resources, and by running a shared workshop. Our members use the space to work on their projects, share ideas, and help each other create whatever they envision.
You can become a member of Crash Space, by visiting the website. Members pay monthly dues, to help the Crash Space community keep operating. In return they get access to the workshop, discount on classes, discounts on parts, and an opportunity to participate in the governance of Crash Space.
Most Crash Space events are open to the public. You can see our upcoming events on the website. Many of the events are free, although donations are always appreciated to help support our costs. If you are working on your own project and can’t make it to Crash Space, you are welcome you to join our Discussion List.
Crash Space holds an open house at 8pm on the second Tuesday of every month. If you’re interested in coming to visit Crash Space, that’s the best time to come by. The open houses are a lot of fun. We do tours of the space, and our members show off their projects.