The 2017 New Orleans Mini Maker Faire is Saturday, April 22
Event: 4th Annual New Orleans Mini Maker Faire
When: April 22, 2017, 10am-5pm
Where: Delgado Community College, Student Life Center, 916 Navarre Ave., New Orleans LA 70119
For Our Complete List of Makers: http://nolamakerfaire.com
Tickets: Adults $10 (Kids under 18 and students with valid ID are FREE): http://nolamakerfaire.com/tickets
Microsoft technology evangelistLawrence Crumpton, who will explore "Hacking Human Potential"
Drone Zone: SELA FPVie presents New Orleans Mini Maker Faire's first Drone Zone. Enjoy racing exhibitions from drone racing enthusiasts throughout the day.
Future Engineers CEO Deanne Bell: Helps makers take their inventions to the next level
Big Chief David Montana, Washitaw Indians: Shares his wisdom on costume making
TALKS & DEMONSTRATIONS
Introduction To Medical 3D Printing
Vladimir Zuzukin, M.D.
Hacking Human Potential
The Art of Mardi Gras Indian Costume Making
Chief David Montana
Magic and Technology
The World of Animation
Mold Making and Prop Building Q & A
Jesse Shoemaker and Chad Besse
What if we tried to build a custom electric motorcycle in 3 weeks?
Anatomy of a Laissez Boy
Holly Scheib and Paul Wisneskey
The Marengo Makers
Intro to 3D Hubs: How to Use the 3D Printer You Don't Have
3d Hubs Mayor
From Maker to Entrepreneur
Co-Host of CNBC’s Make Me A Millionaire Inventor
All Things Pinball: The History and Inner Workings
PinballHelp.com & MysticKrewe.com
Browncoat Brass Band
New Orleans Steamcog Orchestra
Krewe of Vaporwave Presents:
Dick Joskey, Robot DJ
BrassHats Brass Band
Construct Your Own Hula Hoop
Learn to Solder
K-12 Students Can Design 3D Prints… For Space!
Future Engineers Founder & CEO
Unlicensed Spectrum - An introduction to Machine Communication
Getting Started with EVA Foam for Better Costumes
David White and Michael Bogle
Introduction to Integrated Circuits and Microcontrollers
Making functional props to fit your character with master prop maker
Introduction to Animation Workshop
From Junk to Less Junk: How to Salvage and Upcycle
Forced Imagination with Magic Mike
ABOUT NEW ORLEANS MINI MAKER FAIRE
New Orleans Mini Maker Faire (http://nolamakerfaire.com) is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning.
Makers range from tech enthusiasts to crafters to homesteaders to scientists to garage tinkerers. They are of all ages and backgrounds. The aim of New Orleans Mini Maker Faire is to entertain, inform, connect and grow this community.
ABOUT BRICOLAGE ACADEMY
The New Orleans Mini Maker Faire is fortunate to have the Bricolage Academy of New Orleans (www.bricolagenola.org) as the presenting sponsor and nonprofit beneficiary. Proceeds from the New Orleans Mini Maker Faire benefit Bricolage Academy, a K-12 tuition-free, open enrollment New Orleans charter school.
At Bricolage, we’re makers of the future. Our mission is to advance educational equity by preparing students from diverse backgrounds to be innovators who change the world. We define innovation as creative problem solving and embed it throughout our curriculum.
Our students and our staff exhibit the maker mindset. We wanted to create a school unlike any other in the city—one focused equally on academic excellence, educational equity, and student diversity. Through hard work, dedication, and the help of thinkers, doers, and makers, Bricolage opened in August 2013 with a 76-student kindergarten class. We will grow one grade at a time to serve 1,300 K-12 students.