There are a lot of awesome makers this year at Seattle Mini Maker Faire, held at the EMP September 19-20. Here are some of my favorites!
Pop-Up Science: Seattle’s first and only pop-up museum dedicated to science, technology, and creativity. Pop-Up Science partners with bitwise E-textiles by offering sewable circuits workshops.
Big Brained Superheroes Club: Bringing STEAM to underserved kids in Seattle with real-life superpowers.
ReMake it Station: Led by SecondUse, who have been reclaiming building materials for reuse in the Puget Sound region since 1994.
Evergreen School Makerspace: Evergreen is building a makerspace in a school and sharing along the way. Check out this post, The Makings of A Makerspace.
Rainworks: Make art with rain! Positive messages appear when it rains.
Play Works Studio: STEM games with storytelling for girls and boys.