Profile Type: Cultural Nonprofit
Cultural Nonprofit
Burlington Generator

Burlington Generator is a member-supported community makerspace in the heart of Vermont's one hundred percent renewables-powered gigabit city. Offering access to rapid prototyping equipment, certifications and classes, Generator seeks to support the next generation of creative ventures in Vermont. Members include welders, jewelers, hackers, visual artists, perfume makers, wood workers and hobbyists of all kinds. We encourage partnerships with school and universities, area businesses and not-for-profits.

I Have Worked With

  • Generator hosts the Ignite A Maker program. A teacher is selected and hosted to use a studio space and expand her educational opportunities in Rapid Prototyping, Electronics, Jewelry or Metal work.

  • Nancy Dwyer is a nationally recognized artist that was selected for Generator’s “makers in residence” program. Makers in residence receive a $1000 stipend to support their work and are asked to provide two talks to the Generator community, one to introduce their work and the second to summarize their experience and share the result. Makers in residence are asked to contribute a work or documentation of their output to Generator at the end of their residency.

  • Generator and Arts Riot have partnered on numerous occasions. They support us by hosting food and drink for our monthly social events.

  • Cultural Nonprofit

Contact Information

First Name: 
Job Title/Position: 
Executive Director
Mailing Address: 
250 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05401
Physical Address: 
250 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05401
Last Name: 


Profile Type: 
Cultural Nonprofit
Primary Discipline: 
Media - General
Additional Disciplines: 
Media - Digital
Visual/Crafts - General
Visual/Crafts - Decorative Arts
Visual/Crafts - Experimental
Visual/Crafts - Installation
Visual/Crafts - Jewelry
Visual/Crafts - Leather
Visual/Crafts - Light Art
Visual/Crafts - Metal
Visual/Crafts - Mixed Media
Visual/Crafts - Printmaking
Visual/Crafts - Sculpture
Visual/Crafts - Wood / Bark
Year Founded: 
Populations Served: 
General Public
Immigrant Populations
People with Disabilities
School Groups
Institution/Business Type: 
Arts Centers
Activities and Services: 
Artist Market
Arts for Social Change / Creative Activism
Arts Instruction / Lessons
Curriculum Development
Manufacturing / Fabrication
Marketing Services
Product Development Services
Professional Development / Training
Public Art Projects (In Free, Public Spaces)
Residency - Production / Development
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Geographic Reach: 
Town / City
Multi-County Region