Exhibitor Info

Thank you for being a part of Seattle Mini Maker Faire! Your Seattle Mini Maker Faire information and welcome packet will be added to this website soon. We look forward to seeing you at Seattle Mini Maker Faire!

2016 IMPORTANT DATES

  • Acceptance Notifications: by July 15, 2016
  • Maker Load-In: Friday, September 16, 2016 (afternoon/evening)
  • Maker Faire Event Dates: Saturday, September 17–Sunday, September 18, 2016; 10:00am–5:00pm
  • Load-Out: Sunday, September 18, 2016 (evening)

VENUE

We are pleased to announce that this year we will be expanding the Seattle Mini Maker Faire to include some outdoor space around the museum, including the first floor of the covered parking lot located at 5th Avenue N and Harrison Street next to the Seattle Center. We are looking forward to providing makers a standard booth size of 8’ x 8’ and to feature more of the innovative projects from around the area.

APPLICATION STATUS INFORMATION

Acceptances with further details will be sent via email by July 15, 2016. We will send regular updates and your Maker Agreement in advance of the Faire to give you ample time to plan for the event. If you don’t receive this email, let us know by contacting us at makerfaire@EMPmuseum.org.

OTHER WAYS TO PARTICIPATE IN SEATTLE MINI MAKER FAIRE

Volunteer: Seattle Mini Maker Faire wouldn’t be possible without an amazing group of volunteers in support of the maker community! If you are interested in making a contribution to the Seattle Mini Maker Faire we are looking for street team help getting the word out before the event, and also help during the event onsite to make all aspects of the event go smoothly from load-in to load-out. More details on volunteering coming soon. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, feel free to email volunteers@EMPmuseum.org.

We look forward to seeing you at Seattle Mini Maker Faire!

6 responses to “Exhibitor Info

  1. There was a guy outside at the Seattle Mini Maker Fair 2014, he had a tent-like structure that had hexagon or pentagon sides, made of wood, connected with some ingenious routed PVC section at the joints. I think he also had rocket stoves. Took his business card, but tragically lost it. Does anyone have his name, company name, website? I really loved his fun tent design!

  2. So I see that you are looking for Makers for next year (2015) but there is no place to apply http://d20qd7r85qgj0.cloudfront.net/SIC2014_Program.pdf
    I have attached a link to the SEattle Interactive program that shows the request. I have also seen a tweet.

  3. I see you are looking for makers to apply for next year (2015). http://d20qd7r85qgj0.cloudfront.net/SIC2014_Program.pdf
    This is the program for Seattle Interactive that asks folks to apply. I also saw a tweet about this. But there is no place to do this.

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