We provide maker training, tools and space to the entire ASU community – students, faculty and staff – and welcome classes, groups and student clubs, in addition to individual makers and walk-ins. We are interested in growing the maker community by collaborating with local organizations, other maker and hacker spaces, and local K-12 schools.
If you are interested in getting connected with the ASU Library Makerspace, please come by and say hello, schedule a tour or send a note to Victor Surovec, Program Coordinator. We are happy to support your project in any way we can.
Get in touch
The Makerspace is located on the third floor of Hayden Library on the Tempe campus.
Meet our team
Victor Surovec, Program Coordinator, Makerspace
Victor Surovec has been making stuff his whole life. With a BFA in Sculpture from Arizona State University, Victor has more than a decade of experience working in makerspaces, where he has taught everything from woodworking to 3D printing, to learners of all ages, from 12 to 80. He sees libraries as unique, welcoming spaces where maker culture can thrive, allowing creatives from all disciplines and backgrounds to come together, gain access to resources and learn from one another. He is interested in the connections between project-based learning, community collaboration and the creative spaces that support innovation.
Alexia Lopez Klein, Library Information Specialist
Alexia Lopez Klein specializes in interactive media and sensor-based systems. With a bachelor’s degree in Digital Culture from the School of Art, Media and Engineering, within ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Alexia brings her passion for integrating art and engineering to the ASU Library Makerspace, where she teaches and creates workshops on microcontrollers, wearable tech, 3D printing and sewing. She enjoys introducing the ASU community to new technologies, resources and materials to promote learning, and is a big believer in the limitless potential of a makerspace.