The Labs at DC Public Library
You can sign up for orientations for the Fab Lab and Studio Lab by clicking the links.
The technology in the Digital Commons, Fab Lab and Studio Lab are made possible in part by the Institute or Museum and Library Services.
Click to see a list of upcoming events at the Labs at DC Public Library.
Want to know more? Head to dclibrary.org/labs/digitalcommons.
In exchange for free co-working space in the Dream Lab, each individual or organizational members is required to provide a minimum of one (1) hour of public programming per month related to information technologies and/or digital literacy.
You can find out more about the Dream Lab at dclibrary.org/labs/dreamlab.
opened May 29 with Mayor Muriel Bowser. It offers programs for all ages and is open for space reservations for customers ages 13 and older.
All participants will have to sign a waiver and go through basic orientation before using; specialized orientations are required to use additional equipment such as:
- laser cutter
- 3-D Printer
- Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machines
- Digital Production Lab
- Voiceover Studio
- Main Production Studio
All participants will have complete a waiver and go through basic orientation.
Get more information at dclibrary.org/labs/studio.
Orientations are not required but drop-ins are strongly encouraged. You must provide your own storage environment.
Find out more at dclibrary.org/labs/memorylab