Events and Activities
The iForge hosts several events and activities over the academic year. These range from activites that have limited space and users need to book onto, to day long events where anyone can come and go throughtout the day. The most famous of these is the Star Wars themed May the 4th event which you can find out more about by exploring the events below!
Activities done in collaboration with societies from The University of Sheffield can also take place in the iForge. If you know of a society that is interested in doing an event at the iForge please contact our team using any of the links on our Contact Us page.
This page will be updated with changes to events and events will be added when their dates are finalised. For the most up-to-date announcements of upcoming events it is best to check our Instagram page.
There are no upcoming events at the moment. We will be back again very soon!
It wouldn’t be a proper christmas without the opportunity to make christmas themed earrings in the iForge! So hop on down to make as many earrings as your heart desired, snowflake ornaments or paint your own christmas iFrog!
Women In Engineering
To celebrate the brave and strong women who are trying to make in in a male dominated sector the iForge is hosting a women in Engineering event!
Come celebrate this spooky season with the iForge! Grab some body and enjoy all the fang-tastic events!
May the 4th
On this May the 4th come visit the iForge with an excuse to make something Star Wars themed! You can make something suggested by a rep or use your imagination and inspiration from our favourite galaxy far far away.
Every year the iForge celebrated Christmas by creating Christmas themed items throughout the day! Drop by to make your own baubles or mini christmas trees!
Women In Engineering
With the iForge being in the Diamond and primarily used for engineering based activities, we choose to celebrate women in engineering with an event every year!
A Festival of Lights
The iForge is celebrating Diwali this year by inviting you to make candle holders! These can be made using the laser cutters, 3D printers or anything else you can come up with.