Edgewater Workbench is a creative community space.
Learn more about our regular programming:
Northside Comic Artists
Northside Comic Artists is a group of comic artists founded in January 2015. The group started as a weekly drawing meetup at Edgewater Workbench and has since grown to include over 100 artists, weekly drink and draws, comic-related discussions, and group projects.
Community Glue Workshop
Community Glue Workshop is a project rooted in sustainability -- that of manufactured goods and of communities. Inspired by the “repair cafe” movement in Amsterdam, we offer opportunities for people to have their weathered or broken belongings rehabilitated by their neighbors at no cost. At our monthly repair clinics, local tinkerers and handy-folk volunteer their time and services to neighbors in need of repair. Our goals are to get people thinking twice before discarding objects that need a little elbow grease, and to bring people together. We have been featured on NBC Nightly News and founders Ally Brisbin and Carla Bruni were honored as 2018 Living Treasures by Edgewater Historical Society.
Repair clinics generally take place the third Sunday of the month, 4-7pm. Check Facebook to RSVP for the next one!
Earthmounds is an educational multimedia project focused on ecology and geology. These anthropomorphized science concepts are cute characters who help teach viewers about the world around them. Edgewater Workbench is Earthmounds HQ! Earthmounds first product - a set of 50 earth science flash cards - is available now on Amazon!