Maker Faire showcases the amazing work of all kinds and ages of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit and wants to share their accomplishments with an appreciative audience.

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

    • Student Projects
    • Robotics
    • Homegrown Drones
    • Arduino Projects
    • Raspberry Pi
    • Space Projects
    • Conductive Materials Projects
    • Kit Makers
    • Interactive or Large Scale Art Projects
    • 3D Printers and CNC Mills
    • Textile Arts and Crafts
    • E-Textiles
    • Home Energy Monitoring
    • Rockets and RC Toys
    • Sustainability & Green Tech
    • Radios, Vintage Computers and Game Systems
    • Electronics
    • Electric Vehicles
    • Science, Biology/Biotech, and Chemistry Projects
    • Puppets, Kites, and Other Whimsical Creations
    • Bicycles
    • Large-scale Art
    • Music Performances and Participation
    • Unusual Tools or Machines
    • How to Fix Things or Take them Apart (Vacuums, Clocks, Washing Machines, etc.)

Most Makers exhibit at a booth, but there are also opportunities to present at our speaker stage or teach a workshop.

Categories of Makers

  • Makers/Exhibitors are individuals or groups who are demonstrating a skill or craft, showing a finished piece of work and explaining it, and/or teaching a skill or leading a hands-on activity.  You are sharing things you make but not selling them. You will get a 10×10’ space, one 8’ table, two chairs and standard electric upon request.
  • Commercial Makers (Vendors) are people who wish to sell what they make themselves, in addition to demonstrating their making process at their booth.  The cost for participating is $50 and includes a 10′ x 10′ space, one 8′ table, two chairs and standard electric upon request. Please note, startup companies, corporate entities, and established companies do not qualify as Commercial Makers. Businesses should see the “Sponsor” section below.
  • Sponsors   Several sponsorship options are available to small and large companies.  Read about them here.  We encourage all sponsors who have a booth to provide a hands-on/learning activity that helps the public understand more about your products or services. We also encourage you to send designers or engineers to represent your booth. Our curious audience wants to talk to the minds behind the making at your company.

The Call for Makers Application is available here.