Join us! Are you ready to reveal your rowdy robots…3-D print your pepper pickler…or bedazzle your bespoke bike? Our Call for Makers is now officially open, so apply today!
Boston Mini Maker Faire Application Tips:
Read EVERYTHING! We know it can be tempting to skip a line or two to get right into the application, BUT all the information is extremely important to know, so please, read everything! Please be as descriptive as possible about your project and fill in as much detail as possible, as the application cannot be changed after it’s submitted.
You will have the option of saving and returning to the application if you can’t complete it all in one sitting. Yay! Take your time, and enjoy it.
Spell check everything! Especially your e-mail address – e-mail will be our primary source of communication. If your e-mail address is spelled incorrectly, or has an extra space, you could miss your opportunity to show off at the Faire!
Prepare good photos or video content to provide with your application. These will populate the new and improved Boston Mini Maker Faire website if you are accepted!
The deadline for submission is Friday, August 3rd. Following this deadline, we will review all submissions and contact makers 1-2 weeks later.
Ask questions; if you are unsure about something, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Team will be happy to assist you.
General Information for Prospective Makers:
This year’s Boston Mini Maker Faire is two days: October 6th & 7th, 10am – 5pm each day.
The Faire will be at the Boston Children’s Museum (308 Congress St. Boston, MA 02210).
Types of Maker Exhibitors:
Maker Exhibit – An all-weekend exhibit to demo your project(s) (includes non-commercial and small business commercial makers)
Performer/Presenter – A presentation or performance.
Sponsor – Start-ups and established companies that would like to have greater Maker Faire visibility and want to support the local maker community please email email@example.com for more information on becoming a sponsor.
There is no fee to participate in the Maker Faire if you are not selling or promoting a product. Booth fees are $100 for commercial makers selling at the event.