Artists, Engineers, Tinkerers…Oh My! Where can one find these people and many other AWESOME-ly creative things? At the Boston Mini Maker Faire, of course!
On July 23, Boston Children’s Museum will host the city’s first ever Mini Maker Faire from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the FableVision Learning team will be there with hands-on STEAM projects fabricated in Fab@School Maker Studio.
What's a Maker Faire? Picture a science fair like the ones you would go to as a kid but hands-on. People of all ages will come together to witness and interact with new forms of creativity and the new technology used to express that creativity. From traditional to technologically-produced works there’s no innovative limit at the Maker Faire.
Since the launch of the first Maker Faire in 2006 in the Bay Area, there have been many others happening all across the globe including cities like Seoul, Berlin, Lisbon, Tokyo, and Oslo. In addition, there have been over 120 independently organized Mini Maker Faire events and we are SUPER thrilled that Boston is hosting one.
So, come join us and get hands-on with Fab@School Maker Studio - make an animal mask, pinwheel, pop-up creation, and so much more! We hope to see you there.