The Sudbury Maker Fest is a family-friendly showcase of community makers, artists, and groups who do awesome things in the spirit of DIY and who want to share their achievements with others.
Science North and the Greater Sudbury Public Library have teamed up to put on one heck of a day full of spectacle, demonstrations, performances, and workshops at the Science North center.
Do you want to take part in the first annual Sudbury Maker Fest?
We are now looking for maker individuals and groups to join us in showing off their stuff! We are especially interested in exhibits that include an interactive experience or that impart new skills or knowledge to the audience.
Makers who are not selling or promoting a product may participate in the Sudbury Maker Fest for FREE! If you would like to sell your stuff, the fee is $50 for local grassroots or startup Makers, and $350 for commercial vendors. If you would like to sponsor the Sudbury Maker Fest, please refer to our sponsorship package.
Some ideas of what we are looking for include (but are not limited to):
- Electronics projects
- Domestic arts
- Virtual reality
- Crafting of any kind – textiles, woodworking, blacksmithing, needlestitching, etc.
- Weird and wonderful inventions
- How to fix/hack stuff
- Sustainability projects
- 3D Printing, CNC Milling
- School maker groups
- Guest speakers, performers, and “How-to” workshop leaders
- LED light projects
- Science projects
- Design – software, fashion, gaming, products, industrial
- Open hardware projects
- Glass, ceramics, pottery, sculpture
- Circuits and soldering
- Music and theater
Please submit your entry by filling out our Application Form. The deadline for sending in your application is March 31, 2017!
Questions? Email email@example.com