Call For Makers 2014 is in the works!

The gears are spinning and the Call for Makers for the 2014 Midcoast Mini Maker Faire will soon be live!

Who can be a Maker?

One of the most surprising, stimulating and identifiable traits about a Maker Faire event is the diversity of topics one might encounter there. Makers come from the worlds of craft, engineering, robotics, arts, education, ecology, gaming and more. Below are just some of the categories and we’d love to see applicants from all walks of life, all ages and interests:

AIA Local Chapters
4H Groups
3D Printers
Art Cars
Amateur Aviation Groups
Art Museums
Bobbin Lace Makers Guild
Amateur Radio Groups
Blacksmithing
Book Making and Binding
Amateur Rocketry Groups
Burning Man
Boy Scouts
American Engineering Assoc.
Comic Groups
Card Making
Arduino Groups
Filmmaking
Ceramics & Pottery
ArtBot Groups
Fiber Artists
Children’s After School Programs
ASME
Fire Arts
Clothing Making
Bicycle Groups
Holyographic Groups
Jewelry Making
Crocheting
Car Repair Groups
Kinetic Art Groups
Doll Making
Catapult Groups
LEGO Users Groups
Embroidery (groups, associations)
Circuit Bending
Metal Arts
Neon Art
Felting
Combot Robots
Painting
Fiber Arts Groups
Computer Modders
Photography Groups
Folk Art
Computer User Groups
Pinball Groups
Girl Scouts
DIY Drones
Recycled Arts
Glass Blowers
DIY Energy
Steampunk
Jewelry Making
DIY Radio Groups
The Long Now Foundation
Journal Making
Electric Cars
Yoyo Clubs
Knitting
Engineers Without Borders
Lacemaking
Fab Labs
Model Makers
FIRST Robotics Food/Sustainability
Moldmaking
Hackers Groups
Audubon & Bird Groups
Mosaics
Beekeeping
Museums of Craft and Folk Arts
Insect Bots
Beer Brewing
Open Source Embroidery
Intel Computer Clubhouse Network
Cake Making
Origami
Kids and Technology Groups
Cheese Making
Painting
LED Art
Chocolate Making
Quilters
MIDI User Groups
Citizen Science
Renegade Crafts Fair
Model Railroad Clubs
Composting
Scrapbooking
Odyssey of the Mind
Cooking Classes
Sewing
R/C Model Clubs
Culinary Programs
Silk Screening Groups
Repair Groups
Edible Schoolyards
Smart Materials
Rube Goldberg Groups
Edible Communities
Soapmaking
Soapbox Derby
Farmers Markets
Swap-O-Rama-Rama
Solar Cars
Local Foragers
Weavers and Spinners
Underwater Robotics
Master Gardeners
Woodworking
Mycology
HAM Radio Operators
Permaculture
Preserving Green Science
Slow Food
Co-Housing
Astronomy Clubs
Vegetarian Groups
Community Bike Groups
Chemistry
Wine Making
Composting
Children’s Museums
Youth Programs – Urban Roots
Eco Modding
Computer Museums
Environmental Kids Groups
DIY Biology
Fix Your Bike Groups
DIY Energy Music
Green Arts Groups
DIY Forensics
Circuit Bending
Green Cleaning
DIY Science
Dance Groups
Hybrid Car Groups
Electronic Music/Theremin
Exploratorium
Instrument Hacking
Recycling Groups
Kite Making and Flying
Instrument Making
Solar Groups
Paper Airplane Making
Jug Bands
Solar Ovens
Robots
Marching Band
Rocketry Groups
Music Classes
Water Groups
Science Museums
Taiko Drummers
Wind Power
Science Workshops
Theater Groups
Space Exploration
Teachers Resource/Support Groups
Board Games
Telescope Makers
Chess Groups
Tesla Coils
Computer Gaming
University Programs
Zoology Groups
Hula Hoops
Juggling
Meetups
School Groups
Star Wars Clubs
Wax Sculptures
Specialty Schools/Education

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