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Singapore Mini Maker Faire 2013 Slideshow

Enjoy this slideshow of the Singapore Mini Maker Faire 2013!

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Information session slides

Thanks to all who came for the information sessions! It was great to meet with so many enthusiastic folk and hear about what people might want to do at the Singapore Mini Maker Faire.

Here are the slides from the session: Information Session Slides

Do drop us an email at mf.singapore@gmail.com if you have any more questions about participating!

Maker Information Session

Hello potential Makers!

We’ll be holding a short information session on what’s involved in participating as a Maker for the Singapore Mini Maker Faire.  It’s also an opportunity to mingle and network with other local Makers!

Date: Saturday 12 May
Time: 3.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Venue: Science Centre Singapore

If you would like to attend the information session, please register here by Wednesday 9 May.

Apply now as a Maker!

We invite you to join in the fun by entering a project to exhibit for this inaugural Singapore Mini Maker Faire!

Key Dates

Singapore Mini Maker Faire: Saturday August 4 & Sunday August 5, 2012 (setup on Friday August 3 afternoon)

Entry Open Date: Tuesday April 17, 2012
Entry Close Date: Tuesday June 5, 2012

To participate in the Singapore Mini Maker Faire, please submit an entry that tells us about yourself and your project.  This entry should provide a short description of what you make and what you would like to bring to the Singapore Mini Maker Faire, including links to photographs and/or videos of your project.  Entries can be from individuals or groups, such as schools, hobby clubs or interest groups.  We particularly encourage exhibits that are interactive and that highlight the process of making things.

Here are just some of the topics that we’re looking for:

  • Electronics, computers, game systems, robotics and RC vehicles
  • Kampung life (kites, bicycles, games, crafts)
  • Arts and crafts (paper, textiles, wood, metal, mixed media)
  • Green technology and sustainability, urban gardening
  • Unconventional musical instruments and stage performances
  • Digital fabrication, unusual tools or machines
  • Costume making and cosplay
  • How to fix things or take them apart (toys, household electronics, etc.)

More details and links to the forms can be found at the Maker page.

Coming soon – the Singapore Mini Maker Faire!

Hello everybody,

The Call for Makers is now open!

Just built a fun gadget, sewn up a cool costume, or handcrafted something cute? The Singapore Mini Maker Faire is the place for you to showcase your creative work! Makers – and anyone embracing the do-it-yourself spirit – of all kinds and ages are welcome to display their creations and want to share their accomplishments with an appreciative audience.

We invite you to join in the fun by entering a project to exhibit for this inaugural Singapore Mini Maker Faire, or to participate as a workshop facilitator, presenter, performer or marketplace vendor.

More details and forms will be up at this website over the next few days!