Art Aggregate is the first coworking and custom fabrication space located in Hamilton. Members are made up of artists and designers ranging from photographers, woodworkers, painters, sculptors to digital illustrators who create 3D models for video games.
The 6000 square foot space consists of a kitchen and lounge area, a photo studio and private studios, a classroom for public workshops, a washout room and a retail space for the artists to display and sell their work to the public. There is also a workshop space with 20-foot ceilings and equipment such as chop saws, laser cutters, sanders and more.
LISTEN: Sean McCormack, the founder of Art Aggregate, describes how he uses a drill press to create a charcuterie board.
Members of Art Aggregate say working in this space has enabled them to take on larger projects and improve as artists because of the peer support.
Amanda Pope reports on Art Aggregate and some of the artists who create in the coworking space. Listen to the full report below:
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