Looking forward to seeing you at the Faire! We’ll be up and running, rain or shine. The Faire is spread out over a few spots:
- One Hasbro Place, Providence RI: Come check out everything from Hasbro’s Doh-Vinci to their Kre-O construction set toys, and get a look at what Hasbro animatronics look like under the skin.
- Adrian Hall Way: We’ll be closing down this street to showcase dozens of local makers. Check out Jeff Del Papa’s manhole cover-sized coin flipper, music, beer brewing, crafts, and other creations.
- AS220, 115 Empire St: We’ll be taking over AS220’s performance space with AS220 Labs’ learn to solder workshops, pinball machines, LED cubes, and microcontrollers.
- AS220’s 95 Empire space will have lots of electronics, robots, and 3d printers.
Visit Park Downtown Providence for information on parking.
We’ve heard from a number of people that the price of bringing a family to the Faire can add up, so we’ve added a Family Pass for up to 5 people. With the Eventbrite fees, it comes to a mere $18.50, which saves you money even if you were just buying tickets individually for a family of three.
Our call to makers is open; please sign up using the application form. We look forward to having you join us!
We’re excited to announce that the sixth Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire will be held at locations around Providence on October 11, 2014. A collaboration between AS220 and Revolution x Design, and supported by Hasbro, this Maker Faire promises to be the biggest little showcase of New England DIY ingenuity!
The RI Mini Maker Faire won’t be part of AS220’s Foo Fest this year, but will be taking place this Fall. We’re working with AS220 to bring you the first standalone RI Mini Maker Faire. Bigger and better than ever. Come visit us at Foo Fest where we’ll have all the details!
Printing Maker and Sponsor badges, starting to load up the boxes, and getting ready for set up in just over a week!
The 2013 Mini Maker Faire Rhode Island is a little more than a month away, and we’ve already gotten some great submissions. For those of you who didn’t notice that we flipped the switch on the call to makers, here’s the official announcement. You can sign up by filling out this form right here.