Becoming a Member of Phase Space Collective



We are always interested in having more folks join as members! Benefits of being a member include:


  • First dibs to sign up for classes, workshops, talks, and events

  • Being able to set up your own classes, workshops, talks, and events

  • More access to the resources and equipment at Phase Space for personal projects


If you are interested in becoming a member, fill out the form below. This will add you to our member email group. To maintain active membership, it is necessary to:


  • Regularly volunteer to help out with workshops, classes, talks, and events. This can take the form of physically helping with setup and teardown, helping to coordinate scheduling, or taking on an organizational role

  • Attend quarterly meetings

  • Abide by our Code of Conduct and help ensure that others do the same (see below)

  • Organize and host your own workshop, class, talk, or event, at least once per year. This can be very open-ended and we are always happy to discuss ideas


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Phase Space Code of Conduct



At Phase Space we are primarly about teaching, sharing, and helping one another, so basically, anything which impedes any of these processes is not cool.

To be more specific: we will not tolerate any prejudice or chauvinism based upon ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexuality, ability, class background, educational background, or personal artistic/engineering practices.

We encourage everyone to participate in the open sharing of information and mutual learning. So doing that thing where you try to keep your artistic or technical methods secret is highly discouraged within our community.

We intend to create a space where everyone feels comfortable enough to speak up if someone’s speech or actions are making anyone uncomfortable. Please remember that it is always possible to say something which is hurtful or offensive to someone else, even if that was not your intention, and make an effort be open to discussion at any point.

That last part is probably the most important take away from this. Be Open To Discussion at Any Point! We can only build a community that lasts if we are able to be receptive to each other’s concerns and evolve as needed.

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