'Kotuwihtun Makerspace

April 5, 2024
'Kotuwihtun Makerspace


1:30 - 4:00 PM

Wabanaki Student Centre - 2nd floor JDH


‘Kotuwihtun = “to make” in Wolastoqey 


Indigenous students are invited to the Wabanaki Student Centre on Fridays to learn, collaborate, and use the ‘Kotuwihtun Makerspace. A makerspace is a collaborative work area for making, learning, exploring, and sharing in a communal way.

What the ‘Kotuwihtun Makerspace offers: 

  • Sewing machines, both mechanical and computerized
  • 3D printer
  • Cricut Maker 3
  • Handheld heat press
  • Large heat press
  • Mug heat press
  • Coming soon: mobile beading supplies cart 

At these sessions, the Future Wabanaki Coordinator will be at the Centre. She has experience making: ribbon shirts/skirts/vests, moccasins, medicine bags, beadwork, digital art, leather working/painting, and many other crafts. She is there to assist, teach, and help you create,


If additional materials are required, please get in touch with the Future Wabanaki Coordinator, Chelsea Harris-Carr, at: charriscarr@stu.ca.


No pre-registration required, just come by anytime between 1:30-4:00 PM!