Be a part of the first Barcelona Maker Faire and visit us on June 17 & 18th at Pavelló Italià of Fira Barcelona in Montjuïc. Maker Faire originated in 2006 in the San Francisco Bay Area as a project of the editors of Make: magazine.  It is an event suitable for all kinds of audiences and it is a IAAC | FabLab Barcelona, Soko and Sónar iniative with the support of Make magazine, Barcelona City Council and IN(3D)USTRY event.

Barcelona Maker Faire will host more than 200 projects, live demos and a wide range of workshops focused on the creativity, innovation and groundbreaking technologies such as Robotics, Big Data, Augmented Reality, 3D printing, Digital Fabrication, Computer Vision, Internet of Things, Drones and many more. Some of these tech applications and fields are already changing our daily lives, and others will start to do it so in a very short time. Now it is time to make them accessible for everyone!

This is an amazing opportunity to share your passion and energy with the citizens of Barcelona and other makers like you! We invite you to submit your project and to extend this invitation to everyone that has an interesting project to share. If you are in Barcelona on June 17th and 18th and you would like to be one of the featured makers please submit your projects and workshops now! May 22nd is the final date to submit your project!

You cannot miss this opportunity out as this first edition of Barcelona Maker Faire comprises many debates and conferences about the future of productive cities and the techonlogy around them featured by first level experts such as Nadya Peek (MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms), Sherry Lassiter (Fab Foundation), Indy Johar (Dark Matter), Eric Pan (Seeed Studio) and Jessica Rosenkrantz + Jesse Louis-Rosenberg  (Nervous Systems), among many other world-leading specialists and speakers!

Hurry up and remember to submit your project. We would like to see many works from our great IAAC | FabLab Barcelona community exhibited thereIf you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to contact directly the Maker Faire organization.