I am the Makerspace Librarian for Pueblo City-County Library District. I work at the Rawlings library makerspace, centrally located in Mesa Junction. When not in a pandemic, we offer maker classes, 3D printing services, simple laser engraving, vinyl cutters, Adobe Creative Suite, and much more. During the pandemic, our services are extremely limited, but I still am offering at least 8 virtual classes per month that are available to the public free of charge. Visit pueblolibrary.org to learn more, or reach out to me with any maker related questions at [email protected] The great thing about being a librarian is that I might not have all the answers but I bet I can help you find them.
Owner of Tuxedo Ranch, proud to feature Pueblo artists in our offering of custom gifts, awards, commemoratives. I'm a glass artist, struggling gardener, hopeful tap dancer. Find us at tuxedoranch.com. Happy to feature your work or brand your business.
I am a retired dietitian. I started woodturning in 2007, joining the Pueblo Woodturners Club, and have been an active member as well as a member of the National Association. I sell a few items and donate to charity raffles, but mostly I enjoy creating new pieces.
Karen Foglesong, Pueblo Arts Alliance [email protected]
My early work includes dance, theatre, puppetry and visual arts. Currently, I am playing with found objects as a medium and I have several writing projects in process. I believe that creative endeavors help us to practice figuring out how we can work together no matter our belief systems. We can build a community that has room for everyone! The Arts Alliance works to bring creatives and business together to nurture a creative economy in Pueblo and to draw attention to our fantastically creative residents. We can help you create connections in our community! Let’s talk and see how we can help each other thrive!