How to contact Make Works?

There are many ways to reach us! Please review our FAQs, we are a big community and many questions have already been asked, maybe your answer can be found there. In case you were not able to find your answers in the FAQ section, feel free to contact us!
We are happy to help wherever we can.

You can reach us here via email: make.works@fablabbcn.org

Make Works consists of regions. Each region will be able to give you local support. Here you will find your region specific contact person who can help you on your quest

Budapest represents a strong center in commerce, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment in Hungary. It’s is characterized by diverse industry players with an emerging sector of light industries such as textile, paper, wood, and crafts. Our aim is to support the local creative community by making the emerging creative hub of Budapest more accessible and visible globally.

At Make Works Derby & Derbyshire we are driven by the bespoke, forward-thinking making and manufacturing happening on our doorstep, and are driven by co-producing opportunities to build connections, share knowledge and support growth within our region. By working collaboratively with local companies, professional film maker Andy Taylor-Smith, and Derby Museums staff and volunteers we aim to build these networks and promote change through our Make Works region.

Follow us on Instagram: @derbymuseums

Follow us on Twitter: @MuseumofMaking #makeworksderby

In Scotland, we support local networks and communities to use Make Works. We raise awareness of the skills, knowledge and capability of local manufacturers, fabricators and makers to shift the perception of manufacturing, design, craft, making and repair in Scotland. We work alongside manufacturers and makers to share their work and support our local economy.

Make Works Sweden is based in Borås and run through Nordiska Textilakademin by Alex E Melum Heino and Christian Lundell. The team, together with Ida Melum Heino, regularly visit, film and photograph factories, workshops and studios across the country. 

Tashkeel is committed to facilitating art and design practice, creative experimentation and cross-cultural dialogue. The organisation supports the UAE’s creative community through studio facilities, artists’ residencies, international fellowships, a programme of exhibitions, events, and workshops. As part of its commitment to support locally-based creatives, Tashkeel is bridging the gap between the makers community and the creative community by investing in the Make Works UAE platform.