Now that we’re halfway through our Call for Makers, we’ve finally been able to go through a number of the folks who have applied, finalize our Maker Manual, get some other documentation squared away, and sent out our acceptance emails. Check out our 2012 Makers page to get a taste of what we have in store this year!
Thanks to Eric, we’re on MAKE Magazine’s new MAKE:Page 2 blog. This should be a great help in spreading the word about the Faire. So far we’ve got 24 people signed up (not too bad for two weeks!), but I’m hoping to see it get closer to 70 as September 6th gets closer.
We’re happy to report that Scott Driscoll of CuriousInventor.com has signed on to do our first workshop.
For all of you electronics enthusiasts out there, you’ll want to sign up to learn how to solder surface mount components with a REGULAR iron. There will be a nominal fee involved ($5) for parts, and the class size will be 15 people. We’ve got him signed on for one workshop, but if we have a good amount of interest, he’s happy to add on a second one.
We’re trying to get people to sign up before the Faire to better organize our efforts, so head over to his blog post to get your name on the list and find out some more information.
It is with great enthusiasm that I’m able to announce that the 2012 Atlanta Mini Maker Faire Call for Makers is now open! You’ve got exactly six weeks from today to get your submissions in so you can play a part in this year’s Mini Maker Faire.
Attention Makers, Thinkers, Crafters, Doers:
Mark Your Calendars
It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I am able to announce to you the date for the second annual Atlanta Mini Maker Faire: October 6th, 2012. We are happy to be sponsored once again by the Georgia Tech Invention Studio, which means that we will be on the campus of Georgia Tech. This time, however, there will be more shade and better access to water!
Welcome to the website for the 2012 Atlanta Mini Maker Faire – look around, take your coat off, make yourself at home! Check back soon for more updates as we push out our Call for Makers, recruit some workshoppers, and get more details pinned down!