April Ink, a showcase of local tattoo art in the Santa Cruz County was held by Cruzio in our building last Friday night. Many people came to see the gallery displayed on the walls of CruzioWorks while enjoying food, beverages and live music!
A special thanks to our valued partners for helping make this event as awesome as it could be:
Santa Cruz Shakespeare, Allterra Solar and Santa Cruz Mountain Brewery.
And a special thanks to the band, Full Moon Rooster, the stand up base player in the band is one of Cruzio’s own, Ariel Carter. Great job, the music was absolutely fantastic!
In case you missed the event, here’s a slideshow!
You can also read more about the event on Santa Cruz Wave’s website at:
Come by our location on Cedar street for this upcoming First Friday event! We are showcasing tattoo art from a variety of local shops in the area! Featuring incredible talent from O’Reilly’s Tattoo, Goodluck Tattoo, Mission Street Tattoo and Henna tattoos from Sacred Mud Henna Blessings.
Our partners, Santa Cruz Mountain Brewery, will be there serving beer, Santa Cruz Shakespeare and Allterra Solar will be there serving wine and other beverages and we will be featuring live music by Full Moon Rooster!
Event will be held at the Cruzio building, 877 Cedar Street. 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Come by for our April First Friday and celebrate some amazing art in our community!
You can also find our event on the First Friday webpage.
The grand opening of the new Riverwalk Apartments took place on March 24th, at 110 Lindberg Street and residents were buzzing about their fantastic broadband connection. Cruzio Internet has partnered with For the Future Housing and the Santa Cruz Economic Development Department to supply the new apartment complex with 100Mbps of high-speed, fiber-grade, broadband for all its residents. That strategic partnership made this incredible opportunity possible by arranging to implement a network distribution-friendly infrastructure while the building was under construction. Future tenants will now have access to high-quality Internet for very low prices — free for the first two years.
Just recently, Cruzio Internet has had the opportunity to house workshops for Etsy, a worldwide interactive marketplace, hosting their new “Craft Entrepreneurship Program.” This remarkable program was brought to Santa Cruz in Cruzio’s coworking facility, CruzioWorks!
Panelists: Steve Blum, Brad Smith, Zach Friend, Tony Cricelli and Peggy Dolgenos.
On January 29th, the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership proudly presented, Economic Summit Invent Your Future Here at the Embassy Suites in Seaside, CA. The event was a day full of productive and beneficial collaboration from individual members of communities that span through Santa Cruz all the way through Monterey, all of whom, had insightful ideas about how we can all move towards a future that will expand our technological, environmental and economical sphere.
Cruzioworks hosts first ever works members networking showcase.
Bounce Hour, an hour long meeting offered to Cruzioworks members each week as a way to encourage networking and mingling amongst each other, was especially interesting this last Thursday. Calling this unique conference The Showcase, we got to hear five presentations from innovative companies who have been thriving as a part of the Cruzioworks coworking facility. Bounce hour is typically a place for casual rendezvous each week, allowing connections to be built among members who utilize Cruzio’s world class infrastructure as a comfortable space to work. In this case however, the occasion gave Works members the opportunity to talk to a larger audience about their company, advertise their endeavors, and gain valuable exposure among the local community.
Great news from Cabrillo College! Some really valuable opportunities for local high school students. Here’s the press release from John Graulty, the Dean of Visual, Applied, & Performing Arts at Cabrillo:
Cabrillo College is thrilled to be offering a major new initiative for high school students interested in concurrently enrolling in Cabrillo College courses. The Cabrillo College Division of Visual, Applied, and Performing Arts, in particular, has greatly expanded its visual and performing arts offerings at the College’s Watsonville Center this coming spring term, 2015, and has scheduled these courses at times that are especially “high school student friendly”!
We noticed some new markings on the street yesterday and wondered what they were. Maybe you did, too.
The City of Santa Cruz Public Works Department knows what they are. Here’s the explanation they sent out, with some photos — it’s not on the City’s website yet so we just copied it from a press release.
Last week we broke out our favorite Christmas sweaters for our annual holiday mingle. It was a really fun night with Cruzio staff members and Works coworking members all coming together to enjoy the festivities. Lots of fun, lots of friends and lots of eggnog.
With that in mind, Cruzio wishes you happy holidays, and a happy new year!