Mark your calendars—the Jackson Hole Mini Maker Faire is coming! We’ll be making and tinkering on Saturday, May 19, 2018 on the Teton Science Schools campus.
We’re looking forward to a day full of inventing, exhibiting, playing, and creating. Fun for the entire family. Stay tuned to this website for updates on exhibitors, performers, and demos, as well as ways to get involved.
So, work on your exhibit ideas and save the date!
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A few snapshots of the our Mini Maker Faire.
Thank you for all of your incredible support in making this year’s Jackson Hole Mini-Maker Faire a complete success.
- 30+ makers
- 4 student innovation entries
- 4 sponsors
- 403 participants (202 adults, 201 children) – estimate ~500 total visitors and participants
And we had a ton of fun.
Come make your mark on this community art project. It is a unique collaboration between Bland Design and JH Fab Lab with support from Subaru Zero Landfill Project featuring a suspended stream consisting of colored plastic bottles and eight cutthroat trout made of wire and coated with scales created from aluminum cans. Come to the JH Mini Maker Faire and make a few fish scales.
Get inspiration for your summer camping trips and conversion van. Come to the JH Mini Maker Faire on Saturday, May 20, from noon to 4pm and see what is in this van. (babies welcome, but please leave your dog at home)
Petri dish with bacterial colonies
Coming to the JH Mini Maker Faire next week, Extherid Bioscience will show you drug therapies and vaccine strategies for the treatment and prevention of multi-drug resistant bacterial infections and their infectious complications.
Come explore innovative translational tissue models used to test the next generation of antimicrobials, as well as rising antimicrobial stewardship initiatives aimed at preserving the effectiveness of our drug arsenal.
With the WyoMakers you can explore, program, and drive robots through paint and onto paper to create your own Jackson Pollock-esque masterpieces. We’ll show you how to program Sphero robots and drive them through paint to create something uniquely yours to keep and take home.
What will you build? Stop by the Habitat for Humanity booth to use hammers, nails, screwdrivers to free form build with Habitat for Humanity. Create your masterpiece while promoting awareness for affordable housing!
Again this year at the JH Mini Maker Faire you will be able to showcase your musical talents courtesy of GAIN. Compose, orchestrate, or simply rock out to the music you make with GAIN. @TurnUpTheGain.