SPOTLIGHT ON: TECH MAKERS
When people think of Maker Faires, it’s usually technology that first comes to mind. From hi-tech to low-tech, to the familiar, the retro or the futuristic, technology plays a big part in any Maker Faire.
Past Manchester Mini Maker Faires have included Arduinos and Raspberry Pis; digital musical instruments and automatons; hacking and programming; soldering workshops and binary coding.
The Manchester Mini Maker Faire at the Museum of Science & Industry is the perfect place to showcase your technological or digital making, alongside the replica of the ‘Baby’, the world’s first stored-program computer and collections of working historic steam engines that powered the Industrial Revolution.