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Come to the Makertorium: for creators, tinkerers & inventors

Come to the Makertorium: for makers, creators, tinkerers and inventors

Friday 11th January 2013 - 3.30 pm

Press Release: Mohawk Media

Makertorium Media Release

11th January 2013

Makertorium - For Makers, Creators, Tinkerers And Inventors

Come to the Makertorium on April 27th 2013, an interactive event hosted by Te Papa. With Demonstrations, Workshops, Spectacles, Robots, Wires & Widgets, a 3D Printer Petting Zoo and amazing Flying Machines. Free entry!

Makers, creators, tinkerers and inventors large and small are cordially invited to the Makertorium on April 27th 2013, hosted by Te Papa. Makertorium is a free interactive event containing spectacles, hands-on workshops, and a showcase of kiwi maker culture by innovators and Makerspaces from across New Zealand.

See robots, flying machines and 3D printers in action, with outdoor spectacles that will amaze and delight. Come to the 3D Printing Petting Zoo, play with LEDs, Microcontrollers, Wires and Widgets, meet Crafty Folk or get hands-on with workshops for Mini-Makers. Make your own rocket or enter the Eggs Prize, a competition for school teams to move a free-range egg through challenges using ingenuity, engineering and design.

Makertorium - the first event of it’s kind in New Zealand - is a joint venture between The Wellington Makerspace, Makers Org NZ, Mohawk Media, SketchChair, and Pixelbrid, supported by Wellington City Council and Te Papa to promote maker, creator and indie culture in New Zealand.

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