We have just a few spaces left for Makers who want to exhibit their projects at the first annual Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire. If you have an awesome project you want to show off to the community at the largest DIY festival on Cape Cod, the last day to sign up is March 16th.
We need you and your creative, innovative projects to be a part of this exciting event, so apply now before it’s too late!
Please apply here.
What is Maker Faire? Maker Faire events across the United States are celebrating a DIY/homegrown invention movement. Whether it’s a home-built robot, video game, handbag, miniature race car, musical instrument, or sustainable micro garden, Maker Faire showcases all that is creative and innovative in our community.
When and where is Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire? Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 10 – 4 p.m. at Cape Cod Community College.
What kinds of exhibitions will be there? Interactive projects that showcase the value and process of “making,” including: • 3D Printing • Ham Radio • Experimental Aircraft • Natural Homebuilding • Electronics • Robotics • Hacker and Maker Spaces • Jewelry • 3D Printers • Surfboards • Food Makers • Papercrafting • Steampunk • Student Projects • Textiles • Homebrewing • Learn to Solder • Boat Building • PowerWheels
Who should apply for a Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire booth? Local, regional, and national groups, clubs, individuals, schools, universities, and hobbyists who can demonstrate or actually show the making of their invention/craft/project in a contained booth setting. Booths include 8′ tables and a 10’x10’ display booth. Even if you don’t need a full booth, we’d still like to hear from you since we will have shared booths to accommodate smaller projects.
What does it cost to exhibit? Applicants who are chosen by a review panel to participate will receive the 10’x10’ display booth at no charge. Those applicants who also wish to offer their inventions/crafts/artwork for sale at Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire may be asked to pay a fee for their booth space (see application for details).
How many Makers will exhibit? The Cape Cod Community College gymnasium is equipped to handle approximately 45 booths.