Denton Mini Maker Faire 2016 is proud to be sponsored by Denton Public Library – a primary building block in Denton’s educational and artistic community. North Branch Library has played host to The Forge makerspace since May, 2014. Through providing resources in electronics, robotics, web design, print design, digital art, animation, video editing, coding, small business solutions, and 3D printing, this makerspace offers valuable and accessible opportunities in creativity and innovation.
The Forge makerspace not only offers educational information, but also cutting-edge hardware and software for anyone wanting to “unleash their creativity, boost their skills, and streamline their productivity, whether it is for fun, starting a small business, or learning skills for a new job.”
3D Printing at The Forge – Northbranch Library
Denton Public Library also hosts the artworks of the local VAST (Visual Arts Society of Texas) in rotating displays, and considers Denton a city “full of artists whose influence can be seen throughout the downtown area and the community” and feel that “local music, artwork, and individuality of style permeate the culture.”