Please join the World Maker Faire team on Thursday, May 31st, 2012 at Pivotal Labs.
Sherry, Louise, Bridgette, Dan and Nick will be present to update you on our plans. In addition to providing updates on the event, our goal is to recruit Makers, answer questions, continue to generate ideas, form working groups and connect with people and organizations that are interested in participating in World Maker Faire New York.
If there are others that you know that would like to get involved, please feel free to invite them too. This event is open to the public and we would love to connect with people, groups and organizations that should be involved with Maker Faire. Feel free to spread the word and invite interested parties.
If you have participated in World Maker Faire New York 2010 and/or 2011, attended a Maker Faire Town Hall in the past, want to talk to us about a group exhibit or are new and want to learn more, we will have our Maker Faire team at this event to work with you.
We will be bringing marketing post cards and materials for you too!
Please spread the word, in partnership with New York Hall of Science, World Maker Faire returns to New York on September 29th and 30th.
See you at Pivotal Labs on Thursday, May 31st, 2012 at 6:30pm
P.S. If you would like to continue the conversation after the Town Hall, please plan on joining us for refreshments.
We have reserved space at Pop Pub (83 University Place @ East 11th Street - 2 blocks away) for beverages and snacks from 8pm - 10pm.
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Make: Magazine and Maker Media
Maker Media seeks to create positive change in the world by inspiring and empowering everyone to become a Maker. Through our signature brand, Maker Faire, we have the largest event network that engages Makers around the world and under our Make: publishing brand, we produce Make: magazine, the how-to "bible" of the Maker movement, along with websites, books, and kits. Founded in 2005, and headquartered in San Francisco, Maker Media caters to a universe of more than 25 million Makers across its properties.
"The Maker movement has brought the pre-1970s world of basement workshops and amateur tinkering into the digital age." — The New York Times