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March 12 2020

Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile on Sun, Mar 22

Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Mar 22. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Soldering is one of the most important skills you’ll need for working with electronics. Come join us for an introductory through-hole soldering workshop. Soldering enables you to create sturdy connections between electrical components.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

ONLINE: Pom-Pom and Tassel Make-along on Sun, Mar 22

ONLINE: Pom-Pom and Tassel Make-along is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Mar 22. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Stuck at home? This online make-along will show you how to make your own pom-poms and tassels. No special tools required.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

March 11 2020

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter on Sat, Mar 21

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sat, Mar 21. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

These classes fill up, reserve your spot now!

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

COVID-19 and NYC Resistor: Craft Nights Cancelled Until Further Notice

In light of the spread of COVID-19 in the US, NYC Resistor is cancelling all Monday and Thursday Craft Nights until further notice. We will update our public calendar and blog at www.nycresistor.com when this status changes.

Brown bear sits in the middle of a green field, behind a thin wire, fence waving at viewer.

Classes are still happening, because we judge them to be lower risk. We are making the following changes:

  • We are amending our refund policy. We will refund any class cancellations, no questions asked. Email classes@nycresistor.com or use Eventbrite to request a refund.
  • All attendees must wash their hands when entering the space.
  • Stay home if you’re sick. If you arrive at a class while displaying symptoms, you may be asked to leave.
  • We’re stepping up our cleaning and sanitization practices before and after all classes.

These are difficult decisions, but the health and safety of our community is most important. Be safe, and we hope to see you all again in the future.

March 09 2020

Craft Night Cancelled: Monday, March 9th 2020

Grey and white octopus is hiding in a tan and white striped clam shell, which rests on the sandy ocean floor. It opens the shell to peak its eyes out before closing it again to hide.

NYC Resistor will be closed tonight: Monday, March 9th 2020. There is no Craft Night, everyone be safe out there.

Announcing the Code of Conduct Committee

NYC Resistor has had a Code of Conduct for several years. Please read it! We believe that having a Code of Conduct helps us establish and nurture a safe, collaborative, and inclusive environment. The Code of Conduct applies to all participants in the NYC Resistor space: both members and visitors, in both the physical space and in digital channels such as our Slack channel or social media accounts. It applies to all NYC Resistor events, including private member meetings, Craft Nights, classes, and parties.

We’ve now established a Code of Conduct Committee. The goal of this committee is to ensure that the CoC is enforced, and provide a point-of-contact for anyone who needs to report a potential CoC issue.

What you can expect from us:

The Code of Conduct Committee can be reached at conduct@nycresistor.com. If you need to report an incident involving a member of the committee, you can alternatively email one of the committee members directly. See http://nycresistor.com/participate for a list of the current committee members. Committee membership, like all Resistor volunteer roles, rotates on a regular basis.

We will respond to any reports within seven days. Reports will be confidential and anonymous. Please note that if you email conduct@nycresistor.com, the committee will see your email address; please make a throwaway email account if you feel it is necessary to do so.

If your issue is urgent, please include the word “URGENT” in your subject line. Keep in mind that the committee is staffed by an all-volunteer group. If you are at an ongoing event where an issue has occurred, please also consider reaching out to any NYC Resistor members present at the event. 

For the full text of the Code of Conduct, please refer to https://www.nycresistor.com/participate/ or the signs posted in the space. 

Thank you for helping us to keep Resistor a safe and welcoming space for all.

Sincerely,
The CoCC
Adelle, Alison, Astrida, Bill, and Bonnie
conduct@nycresistor.com

March 05 2020

Needle Punching Make-along with Electric Tufting Demo on Sun, Mar 15

Needle Punching Make-along with Electric Tufting Demo is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Mar 15. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Learn the basics of needle punching and rug making. Plus, try out our electric tufting tool.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

March 12 2020

Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile on Sun, Mar 22

Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Mar 22. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Soldering is one of the most important skills you’ll need for working with electronics. Come join us for an introductory through-hole soldering workshop. Soldering enables you to create sturdy connections between electrical components.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

ONLINE: Pom-Pom and Tassel Make-along on Sun, Mar 22

ONLINE: Pom-Pom and Tassel Make-along is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Mar 22. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Stuck at home? This online make-along will show you how to make your own pom-poms and tassels. No special tools required.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

March 11 2020

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter on Sat, Mar 21

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sat, Mar 21. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

These classes fill up, reserve your spot now!

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

COVID-19 and NYC Resistor: Craft Nights Cancelled Until Further Notice

In light of the spread of COVID-19 in the US, NYC Resistor is cancelling all Monday and Thursday Craft Nights until further notice. We will update our public calendar and blog at www.nycresistor.com when this status changes.

Brown bear sits in the middle of a green field, behind a thin wire, fence waving at viewer.

Classes are still happening, because we judge them to be lower risk. We are making the following changes:

  • We are amending our refund policy. We will refund any class cancellations, no questions asked. Email classes@nycresistor.com or use Eventbrite to request a refund.
  • All attendees must wash their hands when entering the space.
  • Stay home if you’re sick. If you arrive at a class while displaying symptoms, you may be asked to leave.
  • We’re stepping up our cleaning and sanitization practices before and after all classes.

These are difficult decisions, but the health and safety of our community is most important. Be safe, and we hope to see you all again in the future.

March 09 2020

Craft Night Cancelled: Monday, March 9th 2020

Grey and white octopus is hiding in a tan and white striped clam shell, which rests on the sandy ocean floor. It opens the shell to peak its eyes out before closing it again to hide.

NYC Resistor will be closed tonight: Monday, March 9th 2020. There is no Craft Night, everyone be safe out there.

Announcing the Code of Conduct Committee

NYC Resistor has had a Code of Conduct for several years. Please read it! We believe that having a Code of Conduct helps us establish and nurture a safe, collaborative, and inclusive environment. The Code of Conduct applies to all participants in the NYC Resistor space: both members and visitors, in both the physical space and in digital channels such as our Slack channel or social media accounts. It applies to all NYC Resistor events, including private member meetings, Craft Nights, classes, and parties.

We’ve now established a Code of Conduct Committee. The goal of this committee is to ensure that the CoC is enforced, and provide a point-of-contact for anyone who needs to report a potential CoC issue.

What you can expect from us:

The Code of Conduct Committee can be reached at conduct@nycresistor.com. If you need to report an incident involving a member of the committee, you can alternatively email one of the committee members directly. See http://nycresistor.com/participate for a list of the current committee members. Committee membership, like all Resistor volunteer roles, rotates on a regular basis.

We will respond to any reports within seven days. Reports will be confidential and anonymous. Please note that if you email conduct@nycresistor.com, the committee will see your email address; please make a throwaway email account if you feel it is necessary to do so.

If your issue is urgent, please include the word “URGENT” in your subject line. Keep in mind that the committee is staffed by an all-volunteer group. If you are at an ongoing event where an issue has occurred, please also consider reaching out to any NYC Resistor members present at the event. 

For the full text of the Code of Conduct, please refer to https://www.nycresistor.com/participate/ or the signs posted in the space. 

Thank you for helping us to keep Resistor a safe and welcoming space for all.

Sincerely,
The CoCC
Adelle, Alison, Astrida, Bill, and Bonnie
conduct@nycresistor.com

March 12 2020

Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile on Sun, Mar 22

Intro to Soldering Workshop: Make an LED Tile is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Mar 22. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Soldering is one of the most important skills you’ll need for working with electronics. Come join us for an introductory through-hole soldering workshop. Soldering enables you to create sturdy connections between electrical components.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

ONLINE: Pom-Pom and Tassel Make-along on Sun, Mar 22

ONLINE: Pom-Pom and Tassel Make-along is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sun, Mar 22. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Stuck at home? This online make-along will show you how to make your own pom-poms and tassels. No special tools required.

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

March 11 2020

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter on Sat, Mar 21

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sat, Mar 21. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

These classes fill up, reserve your spot now!

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

COVID-19 and NYC Resistor: Craft Nights Cancelled Until Further Notice

In light of the spread of COVID-19 in the US, NYC Resistor is cancelling all Monday and Thursday Craft Nights until further notice. We will update our public calendar and blog at www.nycresistor.com when this status changes.

Brown bear sits in the middle of a green field, behind a thin wire, fence waving at viewer.

Classes are still happening, because we judge them to be lower risk. We are making the following changes:

  • We are amending our refund policy. We will refund any class cancellations, no questions asked. Email classes@nycresistor.com or use Eventbrite to request a refund.
  • All attendees must wash their hands when entering the space.
  • Stay home if you’re sick. If you arrive at a class while displaying symptoms, you may be asked to leave.
  • We’re stepping up our cleaning and sanitization practices before and after all classes.

These are difficult decisions, but the health and safety of our community is most important. Be safe, and we hope to see you all again in the future.

March 09 2020

Craft Night Cancelled: Monday, March 9th 2020

Grey and white octopus is hiding in a tan and white striped clam shell, which rests on the sandy ocean floor. It opens the shell to peak its eyes out before closing it again to hide.

NYC Resistor will be closed tonight: Monday, March 9th 2020. There is no Craft Night, everyone be safe out there.

March 11 2020

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter on Sat, Mar 21

Cut and Etch Your Own Designs with Our Laser Cutter is taking place at NYC Resistor on Sat, Mar 21. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

These classes fill up, reserve your spot now!

Get your tickets on Eventbrite.

COVID-19 and NYC Resistor: Craft Nights Cancelled Until Further Notice

In light of the spread of COVID-19 in the US, NYC Resistor is cancelling all Monday and Thursday Craft Nights until further notice. We will update our public calendar and blog at www.nycresistor.com when this status changes.

Brown bear sits in the middle of a green field, behind a thin wire, fence waving at viewer.

Classes are still happening, because we judge them to be lower risk. We are making the following changes:

  • We are amending our refund policy. We will refund any class cancellations, no questions asked. Email classes@nycresistor.com or use Eventbrite to request a refund.
  • All attendees must wash their hands when entering the space.
  • Stay home if you’re sick. If you arrive at a class while displaying symptoms, you may be asked to leave.
  • We’re stepping up our cleaning and sanitization practices before and after all classes.

These are difficult decisions, but the health and safety of our community is most important. Be safe, and we hope to see you all again in the future.

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