Festival for innovation, creativity and technology
Maker Faire has its roots in the USA. The Americans call it „The Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth“, which means that Maker Faire is an inventor's exhibition, a fun fair and at the same time something completely new. It's a family-friendly festival for innovation, creativity and technology.
Here makers gather to present their projects to a broad public. Makers are resourceful DIY-enthusiasts, creative minds, unconventional thinkers or technology experts who enjoy tinkering and can be found in all age groups. They are eager to learn, but also knowledge mediators who like to share their innovations. For some exhibitors participating at Maker Faire has even been the beginning of a successful start-up.
Trying out new things is a main factor. At each Maker Faire there are a lot of interesting hands-on stations complemented by exciting talks and workshops. Speziell das Thema Education wird großgeschrieben. Kids and students are given an understanding of science, technology, new materials and tools in a creative and playful way. The focus is on having fun.
A selection of topics found here:
3D printing & 3D scanning ∙ Arduino, Raspberry Pi & Co. ∙ Art & Design ∙ Bio-Hacking ∙ Crafting ∙ Drones & Air craft ∙ Energy & Sustainability ∙ Fashion & Wearables ∙ Food ∙ Games ∙ Hacking ∙ Home Automation ∙ Internet of Things ∙ Knowledge transfer ∙ Manufacturing Technologies ∙ Model making ∙ Music & Sound ∙ Open Source ∙ Radio & Communication ∙ Recycling & Upcycling ∙ Robots ∙ Science & Research ∙ Shared Spaces
The next Maker Faire Vienna will take place on May, 20th and 21st 2017 and you can be a part of it! There are different ways to participate:
The deadline for our Call for Makers has passed on February 28th, 2017. We're looking forward to welcome you at Maker Faire Vienna 2017 as a visitor!
Maker Faire Vienna 2017 takes place on May, 20th and 21st 2017 from 10:00 - 18:00 at METAStadt.
Dr. Otto-Neurath-Gasse 3
Free shuttle bus from the underground stop Stadlau (U2) und back!
From stop Kagran (U1) in 8 - 10 minutes with tram line 25 or bus linie 26A (stop Erzherzog-Karl-Straße)
From stop Hauptbahnhof (U1) in 17 minutes with S-Bahn S 80 or train R 2582 (stop Erzherzog-Karl-Straße)
METAStadt can by reached by car via Stadlauer Straße 41. Free parking will be provided on site.
Highway A23 exit Stadlau