What is a Maker Faire? Simply put, a Maker Faire is an event created by Make magazine to “celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset”.  But don’t take our word for it.  Take a look at just a tiny fraction of the photos from last year’s Atlanta Mini Maker Faire:

Clean Cooking Solutions

Clean Cooking Solutions

Open fires and rudimentary cooking techniques cause damaging and deadly health risks for nearly three billion around the world, and kills millions of people in developing countries. The simple act of cooking for the family is the fourth worst risk factor for disease in developing countries and contributes about 4% to the global burden of disease, due to severe emissions of fine particles, carbon monoxide, and other pollutants. The EWB-GT Nicaragua Project was born from increasing awareness about the dangers of indoor air pollution and seeks to provide sustainable clean cooking solutions for the women in the Nuevo Amanecer.



Innovator's Playground

DESIGNamite offers innovative architecture and design after school enrichment and professional development workshops for the K-12 community. It promotes creativity, analytical, problem-solving skills, spatial exploration and critical thinking through the dynamic infusion of art, math, science and social studies and STEAM curriculum.

With the exhibit, the public will see elementary school students developing a design project and using the unique DESIGNamite educational products to strengthen their mathematical, dimensional and spatial skills. More information about DESIGNamite can be found at www.designamite.org.