Fab Lab Baltimore is a non-profit digital fabrication lab, community workspace, and educational center, that serves as a resource for students, designers, artists, inventors, entrepreneurs, and other professionals, as well as businesses and institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Fab Labs began as an outreach project through MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms. There is now an International Fab Lab Network spanning the globe. More information on Fab Labs can be found here.
Hayley Evans, Manager
Hayley graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014, with a dual degree in Environmental Design & Humanistic Studies. She is passionate about design and fabrication spanning many scales and mediums, from furniture to urban design. Her favorite fablab machine is the ShopBot Router.
Cole Pritchard, Staff
Cole is a large sack of blood and organs passing itself off as a semi-intelligent lifeform.
This sack of fluids somehow found its way into Maryland Institute College of Art, where it majors in Interactive Art.
In addition to Interactive works, this strange pile of meat and fluids wrapped up in skin likes to sculpt things, build things, draw things, print things, and solder things. His favorite fablab machine is the CNC router.
Andrea "Andi" Cordero, Staff
Andrea graduated from Towson University in 2016 with a Bachelor's Degree in Science: Art and Design. Her diverse background includes art, design, coding, computer repair and audio engineering. Her favorite fablab machine is the Dimension Uprint Plus.