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What is Make Time?

Make Time : 1400 Square Feet of Tools/Supplies for Making Art & Anything You Dream Up

Make Time : 1400 Square Feet of Tools/Supplies for Making Art & Anything You Dream Up


It’s All About MAKING!

Make Time is Eldorado’s home for exploring, learning and creating .

For Adults, Make Time provides a work space stocked with tools, supplies & even kits to explore anything from fine art to technology. Come join a workshop on the basics of 3D printing, or get a group of friends and book a private lesson for . Looking for more structure? Join one of our many workshops and enjoy creating something new with all supplies and instruction provided.

For Children/Teens have access to 3D printers, robotics, more than one million Legos, and other innovative tools to explore, tinker, design, and make. Our hands-on educational activities combine STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) with principles of reuse/re-purposing to produce exciting projects that you can feel good about. It’s our mission to provide a fun, safe space for kids, adults and families to explore the DIY revolution.

Want to spend an afternoon making something, but you don’t have a project in mind? At Make Time you’ll find dozens of projects for any age and all the equipment and instruction you need to complete them. Take a class on using Photoshop to retouch your digital photos, build a mechanical loom out of legos with your kids, or enjoy a quiet afternoon at home while your children join us for one of our many hands-on weekend workshops.

Whether you’re looking for an exciting summer camp for your kids, a fun night out with your friends doing a creative project, or a great place to host your child’s next birthday party, you’ll find that Make Time offers fun for everyone.


Who we are…


Make Time is the brain child of Simon & Sarah Boses. They saw that people needed a place with a relaxed environment to gather and spend time being creative. While Tap Houses and Clubs are a great place to meet people, true friendships are formed through shared experiences like our Paint N Sips, Jewelry making, or even playing a board game/completing a puzzle.

Simon Boses spends hit time in the intersection between art and technology. He has spent the better part of the last 20 years designing and implementing creative (and educational) events for kids, teens and adults. His passion for art & tech has landed him work with museums, private institutions and public schools developing activities, classes, and entire camps that revolve around creative pursuits (like weaving, ceramics and painting) to technology (3D printing, coding in Python, underwater robotics). His “outside the box” community based events often share his infectious passion for art and technology. Feel free to email him any time with questions and comments at:

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Laura Tarnoff was born in Chicago, Illinois, where at an early age, her paternal grandfather inspired a deep appreciation and love of art. She initiated her art education at the American Academy of Art in Chicago earning an Associate Degree in Illustration and Graphic Design. After living and working in NYC, she went on to complete a BA in Art with a teaching endorsement from Black Hills State University in South Dakota. This allowed her to teach art in the public school systems in Longmont, CO, Rapid City, SD and Seattle, WA. In 2004, Laura moved from Seattle, WA to Santa Fe, New Mexico with her husband. She spent the first 5 years focusing on and developing her art career, and caring for her son, Sammy. From 2008-2016 Laura founded and directed the Tarnoff Art Center (TAC), a 501(c)3 non-profit, art-educational center outside of Santa Fe. During those 8 years, Laura continued to develop her fine art, along with managing the day-to-day functions of TAC as the lead Studio Arts Instructor and Executive Director. As the Executive Director, her emphasis was on program development, educational services coordination, and marketing TAC’s art programs within Santa Fe and surrounding communities. Additionally, she organized and supervised the functioning of several committees including: fundraising, donor cultivation, gallery exhibitions, scholarships, and grant writing, as well as collaborating with a variety of local civic leaders, organizations, and artists. Since the closure of TAC in December 2016, Laura has focused on creating a body of work as a full-time fine artist in her home-studio in El Dorado.


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Meriwether Nichols is a lifelong crafter and maker of messes. In her grown-up life, she spent much of her career as a costume designer and wardrobe stylist for film and television. A graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology and Washington and Lee University, she now focuses on workshops, seminars, and private client work where she can share her unique skill set with those interested in expanding their creative lives.


David Kelley-Daithi was awarded at a young age for his artistic talent. He has studied at The University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh, The Art Students League of New York City and in Lucca, Italy through The Pratt Institute of Art where his studio was located in the Cathedral Santa Maria Bianca. He has exhibited in museums, galleries, universities and city centers across North America, Ireland, Italy and Argentina. David has taught art in many surroundings; such as The McColl Center for the Visual Arts in Charlotte, NC., Save the World Project in Kathmandu, Nepal,  at Nimbus Arts in Napa Valley, California and most recently he has taught at The Goodman Community Center in Madison, Wisconsin where he was an after school teacher, developed art curriculum and guided community art projects. His art can be found in many private, public and corporate collections. He is currently represented by 3 galleries in the mid-west. Today,  David lives, makes and teaches art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His class room philosophy is one of empathy, inclusiveness, fun, mindfulness and learning.