MAKE MUNICH: The biggest maker festival in Southern Germany
If you’re in or around Munich be sure to check out Make Munich which is happening May 6th and 7th this year.
WHAT IS MAKE MUNICH?
Make Munich is South Germany‘s biggest maker and do-it-yourself festival. At the two-day event innovative, ecologically aware, technology-loving makers will show off their culture and technology at booths, in talks, and during handson workshops.
WHO ARE MAKERS?
Makers are people who create objects from thin air using 3D-printers, develop fascinating devices using spare electronics parts, or simply build beautiful things. High tech and handicraft join forces. They completely reinvent the do-it-yourself concept. They present their culture, ideas and technologies at the Make Munich to the general public.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Growing every year to be held for the forth time in Munich. The Make Munich event itself will be a 2 day festival held in the Zenith Hall here in Munich on 6th and 7th of May 2017.
The Maker Festival consists of 2 days of exhibitions, workshops, project presentations, talks and a community party.
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