Creatorspace exists for the purpose of creating a network of resources to facilitate and inspire the sharing of knowledge, experience and ideas among its members and the general public.

Creatorspace promotes and encourages technical, scientific and artistic skills through individual projects, social collaboration, and education. 
Creatorspace meets in League City, Texas and serves the Clear Lake area of Houston. We meet in our newly leased space at 120 Park Avenue, League City TX 77573. We also meet monthly at the Harris County Freeman Library.
Creatorspace activities include the following:
- Creatorspace has weekly open-house meetings. The meetings often have scheduled presentations to the members and guests. Members will also routinely bring in projects that are a work in-progress, in order to discuss improvements, demonstrate features and to show-off to others. On any given open-house there are many active projects going on, and even more discussions. Another regular activity is the technology trivia question, where someone brings in a piece of equipment and people have to guess what it is.
Past External Events
- Creatorspace has also participated in a number of externally sponsored events. In the past year we have participated in
- NASA Forward Maker Camp (August 2011)
- NASA Johnson Space Center’s Innovation Day (May 2012)  
- EPO Saturday Small Business Extravaganza !!! (November 2012)
- Houston Mini-MakerFaire every year since January 2013
- Comicpalooza every year since May 2014
Previous meetings have included the following presentations: 
- Arduino Engineering 
- New Patent Law with Ann Couletta 
- Electric Motorcycle Construction 
- Google SketchUp 
- Engineers Without Borders 
- FIRST Robotics Team from Dickinson High School
- Remote Control HexaCopter and OctoCopters 
- Model Warship Combat 
- Lost Wax Metal Casting 
- Radio Controlled Tugboats 
- Laser Cutting and Etching 
- Air Cannons
- 3D Modeling Software
- 3D Printing
- Vintage Computer Night
- Minecraft servers
Creatorspace activities are funded by monthly membership dues, and donations from individuals and local businesses.
Paid members meet at additional times and have the benefit of access to a larger variety of tools. 
The activities of meeting, sharing technical and educational projects, and participation in local community events, is in direct support of our specified purpose and operates within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.