Making it Happen at Maker Faire

July 8, 2013 at 9:10 am Leave a comment

by Dani Burlison, Shareable, April 4, 2013

Since 2006, Maker Faire has provided a space for inventors, tinkerers, builders, crafters, and wannabe-scientists to showcase their creations with the intent of encouraging others to dabble in inventing something themselves. With large-scale kinetic sculptures racing and roaming the grounds, science experiments with electronics and activities like clothing and apparel re-purposing stations on site, participants are encouraged to touch, ask questions, and take what they learn into their own workshops for some fun experimentation outside of the Maker Faires’ big top. . .

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Entry filed under: Art/Crafts, Community, How-To, Recycling.

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