#MakerMonday | Indigo Makers Collective

Where downtown San Antonio and Southtown meet is Indigo Makers Collective, located on the corner of S. Alamo and Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. Indigo Makers Collective is a shop specializing in locally made mens and women’s apparel, handcrafted accessories and wares. Jessica Brown, Kass Carrell and Blanquita Sullivan are the founders of Indigo Makers Collective, Read More …

#MakerMonday | Meet Madison Cooper

While you may have already read introductions from the Make San Antonio team, you have yet to meet our newest addition. Madison Cooper is Make San Antonio’s first volunteer. Madison found Make San Antonio through our profile on SA2020, she was “looking to be apart of a meaningful organization” and stumbled upon us. We’re happy Read More …

#MakerMonday | Interview with Maker Mama

There is no doubt that San Antonio is a creative hub; with a range of diverse cultures, how could the city not be? Last week, I had the opportunity to talk with one of the most influential bloggers in the city, Amy Johnson from Maker Mama. She has been running her blog for nearly six years, Read More …

#MakerMonday | DIY Fiesta Medal

If you’re from San Antonio you’re all too familiar with Fiesta — from the parades to the craziness of collecting Fiesta medals. Fiesta is definitely a time to embrace your creative side. Although official Fiesta medals are pretty cool collectors items, as makers we like to take things from a DIY approach. This past week, Read More …