The Monash Mini Maker Faire is a community event celebrating creativity and technology. Exhibitors will display their ‘Maker’ creations for the Monash community. It’s a great day of interactive fun for Makers and families, and anyone who is curious about making will have an amazing time.
The next Monash Mini Maker Faire will be held in November 2020.
A Maker is simply somebody who makes something. This could be a traditional craft, like tailoring or woodworking, but it also includes modern technologies, such as 3D printing and robotics.
Applications for Makers for the next faire will open in 2020.
Applications for sponsorship will open in 2020.
Yes, the Monash Mini Maker Faire is free for all to attend.
The Monash Mini Maker Faire will be held on Monash University’s campus in Clayton, along Exhibition Walk. The adjacent Learning and Teaching building, and the Monash Tech School, also hold exhibits.
Yes, the Monash Mini Maker Faire is suitable for attendees of all ages, and activities will be available to all.
Yes, food and drink will be available to purchase at the Monash Mini Maker Faire.