The 7th Street Studio is a creative workspace open to students, faculty and staff throughout the academic year.

At the 7th Street Studio, you'll find a Studio as well as a MakerSpace annex. Together, these two areas are equipped with a wide range of traditional and modern tools.

  • The Studio area has: 5 pottery wheels, two kilns, 9 sewing machines, a black and white darkroom and an array of materials.
  • The MakerSpace annex includes high-tech fabrication machines such as 3D printers, a laser cutter, 3D scanners, a vacuum former, a vinyl cutter, a CNC router and various woodworking tools. || Learn more about the MakerSpace

The 7th Street Studio is open approximately 60 hours per week and is monitored by student assistants and technicians who are trained in the safe and effective use of the equipment. The space empowers users to work on a wide range of projects and facilitates collaboration across disciplines.

We encourages student organizations to arrange creative group projects using our facilities and for faculty members to make use of the studio workspace, facilities and materials to enhance their academic programming with related art activities.

If you are interested in learning a new craft or acquainting yourself with the 7th Street Studio tools and equipment, we recommend attending one of our scheduled workshops or classes.

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The 7th Street Studio is set up so that you may continue to explore a craft already familiar to you or learn something new. We provides supplies, tools, equipment, and workspace for student use on individual projects. Everyone is welcome!

The 7th Street Studio is set up so that you may continue to explore a craft already familiar to you or learn something new. We provides supplies, tools, equipment, and workspace for student use on individual projects. Everyone is welcome!

7th Street Studio Hours

Monday - Thursday noon - 10 p.m.
Friday - Sunday 5 p.m. - midnight.

Community Service

The 7th Street Studio offers many opportunities for students to participate in community service projects. Two long standing programs are the Bison Blanket Project and the Empty Bowls Project, both of which are associated with national non-profit organizations.

For information on either of these projects or to discuss ideas for a new project please email Gretchen Heuges at gheuges@bucknell.edu

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