Make-It Springfield, the collaborative arts and creative space founded by Extension Associate Professor Michael DiPasquale with Lara Furtado (PhD '21), and other LARP students, has moved into a renovated building on Bridge Street in downtown Springfield.
The new facility, part of the city’s “Innovation Center” offers two floors of free and low-cost activities, including painting, 3-D printing, bike repair, and carpentry. DiPasquale, President of Make-It Springfield has had a hand in developing the design of the new space.
Contact Michael DiPasquale, (firstname.lastname@example.org) to plan a visit to the new space. For more information, including ways you can help support Make-It Springfield, visit makeitspringfield.org.