Preview: Brighton Mini Maker Faire 2013, Saturday September 7 – Sunday September 8

Prepare to be inspired, educated and entertained as the biggest Maker Faire in the South of England returns to Brighton Corn Exchange for its third year. The Brighton Mini Maker Faire is a two-day family festival celebrating a world of exciting creativity and invention in the form of interactive exhibitions, workshops, debates and stalls. Makers from all over the country will present their projects and share their passion for creation, whether it be in the form of science, electronics, woodwork, art, engineering or something else entirely. Among many high profile speakers and panellists are Maggie Philbin, BBC’s “Bang Goes the Theory” presenter, who will chair a debate about “Making for Social Good” and Bill Thompson, BBC News Online Technology columnist, who will be discussing the 3D printing revolution. With an impressive attendance of 7000 people last year, the event can only grow from here. Come along and witness the wonder for yourself, a perfect opportunity to discover something new and have a lot of fun in the process.
Brighton Corn Exchange.
Free for under 16’s. £5 for adults.
Saturday 7th September: Public Faire
Sunday 8th September: Booked Workshops
Visit makerfairebrighton.com for all the information.
Words by Sam Barnes

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