Every Tuesday, from 6pm to 9pm, Crea is open to the public for free (no membership or day pass required).
If you've never visited Crea before, we recommend visiting on Open House night.
What to expect
When you arrive, ask for Tony (usually near the front reception). We'll give you a brief tour, an overview of the makerspace rules, and answer any questions you have. After the tour, if you want to hang around and get to know our maker community or work on your own project in the space, we'll simply ask you to sign our liability waiver (as required by our insurance policy).
While accessing the space during open house is free, some equipment still has a machine time cost (except for members with unlimited machine time) or a cost for staff to operate the equipment on your behalf. That said, we encourage you to disuss your project with members; you might even find a member who wants to help out.
To celebrate the launch, for the month of June, all monthly memberships subscriptions will get the annual pricing discount (for up to 1 year).
Also, through June 16, we will be providing equipment certification classes to members for free! (Class availability is limited. Inquire in-person for details.)
If you want to be a regular part of our maker community, decide which membership is right for you.
Some equipment requires completion of training class.
Some equipment has a fee based on machine time usage except for members on plans with unlimited machine time.
Unlimited usage is still subject to reasonable usage and sharing of the equipment.
24/7 access for Pro members requires a background check.
Family discounts limited to single billing account.
All plans default to automatic renewal, but you can cancel or change your plan at any time with no hassle.
We emphasize membership because our priority is building an active community of makers. That said, we recognize that some may have interest in using the space infrequently. For one-off utilization of the space (outside of Open House night), we charge a fixed rate of $20 for the day.
Some equipment still requires completion of a training class (or paying for an operator). And some equipment has a machine time usage cost.