Visit this years Maker Faire at the State Fairgrounds to help me with a community print project. We'll be live printing in both large and small formats and experimenting with pattern play to make a completely unique textile.
Sculpting, wiring, welding, and weaving all happened at the 2016 Minneapolis-St. Paul Mini Maker Faire. And these aren’t just demonstrations that you get to stand back and watch. Faire visitors can solder, code, screen print and so much more. There are interactive activities for all ages at this family-friendly event. Performers of all varieties contribute to the festival atmosphere. You can expect even more hands-on fun and creative presentations at the 2017 faire.