Adohi Creative Community


Joel Gordon, left, of the Scott Family Amazeum speaks to students in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Living Learning Community (LLC) about design prototyping. Five LLCs reside in Adohi Hall and often use the maker space to meet. The maker space is the heart of the Adohi Creative Community.

The Adohi Creative Community is a place where students and faculty can come to work on their projects for classes, but also a place where students and faculty can come to tinker, play and develop new skills.

Sewing machines and fabrication machines of all kinds are available for free to students tinkering with innovation and design in the Adohi Creative Community.

Hours

Monday—Thursday 8 a.m. to Midnight
Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. to Midnight

Community Features

Performance

  • Indoor and outdoor performance areas
  • Video wall for student art

Practice

  • 7 practice rooms
    Some rooms provide concert hall-like sound
  • Steinway pianos
  • Movement studio
  • Recording studio and green room

Production

  • Graphic design studio with Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Maker space with a 3-D printer and software
  • Sewing and soldering machines
  • Spray and paint booth
  • laser cutter
  • "Cricut" crafting printer

Meet E.R.I.C.

Community members want to create an adventurous environment that can be a catalyst for Entrepreneurship, Resourcefulness, Innovation, and Community; what we are calling E.R.I.C.

We have created a robotic character named ERIC to represent the space. This kind, friendly robot will be seen doing several things that the creative community have throughout the facility. The different poses and facial expressions will show the determination to succeed in different areas and inspire students and faculty to prosper in their futures goals.