This call for makers is for the 2022 Philadelphia Maker Faire. The faire will showcase all kinds of amazing work by makers of all ages. If you have a Do It Yourself (or Do It Together) attitude and want to share your work with a curious and engaged audience, then apply to Maker Faire. We encourage all makers, from startups and science clubs to inventors and artists to apply. We particularly love exhibits that are interactive and those that show the making process.
We expect to see: drones, robots, art, VR, electronics, textiles, fashion, biotech, performances, films, rockets, food, 3D printers, green technology, tools, unusual machines, glass, toys, and more.
There is NO FEE to participate if you are not selling or promoting a product, service, or organization.
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If you are interested in sharing your work at the Maker Faire, please complete the application form by pressing the button below.
In the application, we ask you to provide some details about what you make and how you want to share it. Please put some extra thought into the project description, which we use to promote your exhibit on our website, social media, and at the event. We also ask about what resources you will need to share your work and how you intend to interact with the Maker Faire attendees. While the application is detailed, it does allow you to save a partial application and return to complete it later.
Drop by for maker-mischeif fun, MythBuster's style. Can you levitate matter with sound? OK, so spoiler - YES, and it's a LOT of fun. Play with the worst video game controllers, ever designed - see if you can break a record, or just an egg or two!
The Legacy Experience created by Steve The Legacy will show the various creations that he has innovated such as his board games Dictionary Daddy, Support Black Inventors, 2N1 Card Game and his latest children's book "The Little Inventor That Could".
SCI-FI-LOPHONE by Jeremy dePrisco is a unique MIDI-controlled percussion instrument consisting of solenoids combined with traditional and non-traditional sound making objects.
Yemisi art creates exquisite lines of functional decorative, wearable art, and textile products for home furnishings, interior spaces, decorative wall arts, and every women's accessory such as silk scarf.