Location1600 Roseneath Road
Richmond, VA 23230
hack.rvahack.rva is a Richmond-based makerspace. We like to take things apart, put them back together, figure out how they work, and create new things. Our mission is to learn and make stuff. We share tools and knowledge in technology, including Arduino, Makerbot, Linux, and the Open Source movement.
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Since InLight was at Scott’s Addition this year, we decided to participate even though we were a couple blocks away from the main event. The sculpture above (made from hacker lights, pex tubing, and wood) was led by Charli, Shellie, and Andy. We love … Continue reading
For many years now we’ve been meeting every Saturday to hack to our heart’s content. It is known as the weekly “Saturday Hackathon”. This usually starts at 1pm and goes until 7pm, but often starts earlier, and even more often … Continue reading
These VCU Art Students rock. Hard. They put a moving truck in front of the space to do their own art show. That’s DIY as heck. All thumbs up. For more info, link here. For more of our pics, here.
MakerFest 2016 – WOOT!!! We taught soldering with our friends at William & Mary Small Hall makerspace, built modular paper roller coaster, and demonstrated basic electronics with squishy circuits. A glorious fun day. Thanks science museum and all the people who visited … Continue reading