MAKER APPLICATION: Portland Mini Maker Faire

Please complete the below application with as much information as possible. Applications are due no later than 11:59pm on July 31, 2013. OMSI has gathered a maker selection committee who will review all applications and decide who is the best fit for the event. Due to capacity constraints, unfortunately we are unable to accept all applications. We will also look for projects that are interactive and that highlight the process of making things.

If the primary purpose of your booth is to sell then you are considered a Commercial Maker and the fee is $200 for the weekend. If you will be showing off your project and providing interactive components, participation is free. There may be a small fee for tent and table rentals if you are unable to bring your own.

Acceptances will be distributed no later than August 9. We appreciate your application!

Key Dates
  • Pre-event Meeting: August 21, 7pm
  • Pre-event Meeting: August 25, 10am
  • Set-up: September 13
  • Event: September 14-15, 10am–5pm
  • Teardown: Starts Post Event through September 16

Want to know everything that's involved in your participation? Check out our Maker Manual for all the details!

All accepted Makers will be required to complete a Maker Activity Agreement.  

Step 1: Basic Info


Step 2: About Your Project

This text will also be used on your Maker sign so be descriptive!
If so, please include that in your project description.

Sponsors

We would like to extend a huge thank you to all of our sponsors and community partners who supported the second Portland Mini Maker Faire!

Sponsors


                       






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Besides the magazine and the faire, MAKE is:
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Portland Mini Maker Faire is independently organized and operated under license from Maker Media, Inc.