Manila Mini Maker Faire 2019:
A Family-friendly Festival of Invention, Creativity, Ingenuity and more.
For the third year in a row, the Philippines is once again in the global maker map as The Mind Museum hosts this year’s Manila Mini Maker Faire (MMMF) on June 22-23, 2019 at The Mind Museum, BGC.
Dubbed as the greatest show and tell on earth, the Manila Mini Maker Faire is a gathering of curious people who enjoys learning new things, discovering innovative solutions, and sharing what they do – a melting point of science, art, engineering, creativity, entrepreneurship, and craft. These fields aren’t limited to the experts and specialists, but to children and indigenous people as well! A large number of our makers are students, mothers, indigenous communities, and all sorts of people of different backgrounds and walks of life.
This year, the fair highlights environmentally sustainable projects showcasing resourceful inventions such as solar-powered waste collectors, motorcycles retrofitted with electric engines, and products made purely from ocean plastic. Basing innovation around local communities ensures real-world problems are solved and addressed as well.
There are also hands-on maker activities and sign-ups for a variety of free and ticketed workshops including Bokashi mudball making, robotics, paper engineering, 3D design, eco art organic painting, and more.
It is a family event that celebrates all things creation, invention, and resourcefulness – the perfect avenue for tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, artists, and students of all ages to interact and share what they know and what they have already learned, and Norde International Distributors cannot miss this.
Since Norde has been at the forefront in introducing the possibilities of digital fabrication technology in the Philippines, our team of Makers joined this event in the promise of showcasing the groundbreaking designs, applications, and advanced technology machines such as full-color 3D printers, 3D milling machines, laser cutters, and metal impact engravers.
Norde International believes in the concept of Maker Fair as it produces celebrations of local maker culture. These community-based learning events inspire everyone who attends and connects people and projects in their local community. It is about sharing maker culture across the world, nurturing new ideas, connections, technologies, and skills.
We believe that the Maker Movement is impacting the future of work, product development, education and learning, and more all over the world. Maker Faire and Make: magazine have been leaders in telling the maker story since 2005. It’s our mission to celebrate and nurture maker culture and the creative spirit.