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The RDC Makerspace is a place to learn through exploration, innovation, and creation.

Book an Appointment with a Makerspace Technician

RDC Makerspace Technicians are available to meet with you one-on-one to provide training or assist you in troubleshooting your project.

Located in the Makerspace (room 2006F, second floor of the Library).

Appointments are available in 30-minute blocks on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Click below or phone 403-356-4916.

Meet our Makerspace Technicians



Avery is a graduate from the RDC Visual Arts Diploma program.  He is experienced with 3D printing, digital and traditional sculpting, and other visual arts techniques.  Avery is currently enrolled in the RDC Applied Animation and Visual Effects Degree.  He is a former Arts Studio Technician for Visual Arts, within the School of Creative Arts at RDC.


Caren is a Mechanical Engineering Technologist who enjoys computer drawing software and automation. She loves problem-solving, whether it involves interaction with other people or doing jigsaw puzzles and playing brain games. She aspires to broaden her knowledge on technology and programming.



Chris is an Electrical Engineering Technologist who is passionate about creating robotics projects to inspire the next generation of makers. Aside from electronic projects, he also enjoys sketching and 3D modeling using different software. Chris has strong programming, design, and multimedia skills.



Felicia is a graduate of the Visual Art program at RDC whose areas of expertise include digital and traditional art, Python programming, and various computer software. In her spare time, Felicia enjoys drawing, trying out new computer software, playing percussion in a community concert band, playing video games, and working on her web comic.



Kris is a self-taught tinkerer/maker who enjoys electronics, woodworking, and metalworking. As a young kid, he always disassembled his toys to see how they worked. Kris loves a challenging project, learning as he goes. He is most proud of his 1:1 fully functioning R2-D2 replica.


Technology, wood and metal work, electronics, everything Lego, automation, alternate energy, and fixing anything that is broken: these are a few of the many things that drive Paul. With a background in Computer Engineering Technology, Paul aspires to expand his skill set to continue creating things to automate his surroundings.


Riley thoroughly enjoys building and maintaining computers and considers himself to be a PC enthusiast. He likes to experiment with new and exciting technologies and loves to play video games and sports in his spare time (soccer and basketball). Riley has an interest in woodworking and has dabbled with small electronics in the past (cell phone repair). His latest passion is 3D printing and maker culture in general.