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Calling all Makers – the Montreal Mini Maker Faire is coming November 2018!

Posted by Gina

The Maker Faire is coming back to Montreal and it’s going to be better than ever with your participation. They are calling on all makers, do-it-yourselfers, hackers, tinkerers, inventors and creators to help create the most amazing show and tell Montreal has ever seen. Bring on your most engaging, interactive, playful and inspiring projects! Share with each other and the public, and support the maker movement.

Applications are now open but space is limited, so apply now!


Event dates: November 16 & 17, 2018

Location: Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex, Concordia University, Montreal (downtown campus)

Application deadline: October 5, 2018

What Kinds of Exhibits Are They Looking For?

Maker Faires can cover a broad range of making activities and kinds of makers. If you have never been one before you can check out for an idea of the scope and scale of faires from all over the world. Here some of the kinds of exhibits and projects we would like to encourage.

•Interactive, Kinetic Art Projects
•Upcycling and remaking
•Design and Fabrication (3D printing+)
•Unusual Tools or Machines
•Cosplay and Interactive Costumes
•Augmented and Mixed Reality
•E-Textiles and Wearables
•Sustainability & Green Tech
•Biohacking and Bioart
•Game making and modding
•Physical Computing
•Puppets, Gadgets, Toys and Other Whimsical Creations
•Electronic and/or DIY Instruments

Call for Makers open until October 5!

Who Can Apply?

Applications may be submitted by anyone and everyone at no cost. Entries can be submitted by individuals, or by groups such as professional and community organizations, artists, clubs, startups and schools. If you are new to Maker Faires and festivals then check out to get some idea of what Maker Faires are like. Applications are now open but space is limited, so apply now!

Please note that Maker Faires are not trade shows and are non-commercial in nature. While sales of items are not prohibited, priority will be given to exhibits that align with our themes, that focus on offering people opportunities to share ideas and projects, that are interactive, and that highlight the process of making.

What Happens Next?

After applying, we will send an email confirming that we have received your entry form. If you don’t receive this email, let us know:

Acceptances are sent via email in October. Once accepted, you will receive an agreement form that must be signed and returned. With your acceptance, you will receive information that will help you begin to plan for your participation.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2018 Montreal Mini Maker Faire!