Rog Centre production labs taking shape

Rog Centre production labs taking shape

The plans and hardware lists for the Rog Centre production laboratories, compiled with the help of a project team of 13 experts, are currently being reviewed by 39 stakeholders, including creators, producers, technologists, enthusiasts and mentors of all genders and ages. These stakeholders have contributed their various perspectives, needs and concerns to the project throughout, thereby helping us to fine-tune our plans, both for the production spaces and for the related programmes.


We must admit that creating state-of-the-art production spaces in a listed building is far from easy, as everything has to be adapted to the architecture. At the same time, it is this awareness of the past that makes the former Rog factory building so special. Production of one kind or another has been taking place here almost continuously since 1900, and nearly a century of industrial activity and labour plus the arts, activism, social initiatives and creativity of the post-factory era have combined to create layers of history within the building.


The new Rog Centre will provide 1000 m2 of shared production laboratories, together with a team of specialist technologists to support you in turning your ideas into reality, no matter how ambitious or simple those ideas may be. We can’t wait to get started! And we would also like to express our sincere thanks to everyone who has contributed their knowledge and expertise in the planning and testing phases of the new Rog Centre.



POSTPONED: Upcoming workshop for adults - Plantoïdori


You are warmly invited to attend our Plantoïdori workshop, where you will make a biomimetic origami lamp that responds to your proximity!

Invitation to the event: Creative nomads - opportunities and challenges


You are warmly invited to Creative nomads - opportunities and challenges, which is being held as part of the Digital November festival. The event will focus on maker mobility and discuss the important role played by makers in the creative ecosystem, the ways in which they contribute to communities, and the importance of supporting them and how best this can be done. 

GraFEM presents Vixen aka Pony, the first Slovenian graffiti woman to turn her hand to trains


We continue our series of stories on graffiti women for the GraFEM blog with a legendary writer! Vixen is known to anyone who has ever seen her plump green birds or rounded pink ponies on walls around the world.

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