Maker Fest 2018, Ahmedabad — Call for Participation
We are so thrilled to announce that Mozilla India is partnering with the India’s largest Maker Festival, Maker Fest 2018 for the 5th consecutive year. The call for participation is open to all Mozillians.
Mozilla India has partnered with Maker Fest 2018, to map and empower a community of educators and creative people who share a passion to innovate, evolve and change the learning landscape. This year, Makerfest is back with an upgraded awesomeness with a 150+ Makers, 50 workshops, 25 awesome speakers, and 30,000+spectators.
About Maker Fest :
Maker Fest is the Indian continuation of Maker Faire hosted across America, Europe, Africa and Japan, among others. Maker Faire, which launched in California, USA in 2006, now hosts hundreds of thousands attendees twice a year across California and New York. It is the amalgamation of festivals celebrating the innovators and an art show with all the booths for inventors and demonstrations and workshops for attendees. Creators, artists, and hobbyist across the country are invited to present their contemporary applications of ideas using the vast ocean of art, science and technology. Also, it is non-commercial and free for the public to attend. http://www.makerfest.com/
Here goes our past four years experience at Maker Fest :
The event is free to attend but registration is mandatory. A few awesome Mozilla India volunteers will get a chance to avail sponsorship to attend/help with the event.
Please note that as we have an active community in Gujarat region so we mainly give first preference to Mozillians from Gujarat as we are on limited resources and sponsorship is available for limited Mozillians. However, This event will be well documented. If you can’t attend in person, there still will be many ways to participate and shape the program- Don’t worry! As this is an open event, anyone interested can join the event on their own.
Note that the deadline to apply for the event is on or before December 16th.
On Behalf of Mozilla India.
Originally published at Rowdy’s Caf`e.