What is Hive13?

March 23rd, 2014

What is Hive13?

Hive13 was formed to provide a Hackerspace for the Cincinnati area, and we encompass many interests – computing, mechanics, artistry, chemistry, brewing, complex biochemistry, among many others. Our intention is to provide an open framework for hackers of all stripes to exchange ideas, skills, and information, learning from each other as well as teaching.

Here is a great video about Hive13 created by Soapbox Media:

And here is a more recent video we did for Make: Live:

What is a Hackerspace?

From Wikipedia: A hackerspace is a place where people with common interests, usually in science, technology, or digital or electronic art can meet, socialise and collaborate. A hackerspace can be viewed as an open community lab, workbench, machine shop, workshop and/or studio where people of diverse backgrounds can come together to share resources and knowledge to build/make things.

Where is Hive13?

Hive13 is located at 2929 Spring Grove Avenue in the Anchor Building in the Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati. (Find Us)  We have approximately 3500 square feet of space including wide open project space, an enclosed space intended for an office and a network lab, a kitchen, and a separate room for “dirty” projects.

Where do I park?

There is street parking available after 6pm, and a small parking lot directly off of Spring Grove towards the south end of the building. Note: Do NOT part behind the building where the loading dock is – those spots are reserved for residential tenants. (aerial view showing parking areas)

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