Attention all makers, tinkerers, inventors, hackers and do-it-yourselfers: The call for entries is now open for the Denver Mini Maker Faire! Strut your stuff in front of thousands of attendees over this two-day extravaganza of making at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science the weekend of June 11th and 12th!

Our theme for 2016 is Building the Future. We are looking for hands-on, interactive, and/or whiz bang exciting projects.  Here are just some of the topics that we’re looking for:

    • Engineering, aerospace, STEAM Student projects
    • Homegrown Drones
    • Electronics and Conductive materials projects
    • Tools of Fabrication – invented tools, woodcrafting, metal smithing, 3D printing, CNC Milling
    • Wearable tech, recycled fashion and textiles
    • Robotics Experience
    • Rockets and aerospace 
    • Mad Scientists – Science, Biology/Biotech, and Chemistry projects
    • Whimsical creations – Puppets, Kites, and fantasy creatures
    • Crazy Conveyances – bikes, trikes and other wheeled items that have been hacked 
    • Large-scale Art or interactive art projects
    • Music Makers for a sound petting zoo 
    • How to Fix Things or Take them Apart (Vacuums, Clocks, Washing Machines, etc.)
    • Sustainability & Green Tech
    • Radios, Vintage Computers and Game Systems

If you want to discuss your ideas to exhibit or already know what you are working on, hit the MAKE button in the sidebar and tell us all about your awesome project! We’ll call and discuss your project with you…

Want More Information?

This unique family-friendly event draws makers from all over the State to celebrate their unbridled creativity. The Denver Mini Maker Faire team is looking for a wide variety of eclectic, diverse and out-of-the-box ideas that highlight the tinkerer spirit. The Call for Makers is open from now through March 30. After this date we will accept projects only on a space available basis up through May 1. Last year our maker spaces filled up early – don’t wait to let us know you are interested.


The Colorado Maker Hub is a non-profit organization. While we provide space free for non-commercial maker projects, we collect booth fees from makers that are promoting or selling to cover our costs for producing the event – tables, chairs, barricades, other fencing, marketing, printing, electricity, volunteer needs, food, cleaning, trash, and on and on. You’d be surprised what’s involved! We were! As a result, below is our fee structure so we can bring together 100+ of you for 2 days of networking and sharing what you do to thousands of attendees. Thank you so much for joining us!

Maker Booth Fee Tiers – Pricing for all makers signed up by March 30.  All tiers will have $25 added for sign ups between April 1 +, including free booths. 

Each 10×10 booth includes 1 table, 2 chairs, and 4 maker passes for staffing your booth.

Non commercial Makers                          FREE    10×10                            

Artisan/Crafter/Small business                $125   10×10                     

Commercial size Business                        $425   10×20                                

MakerSpace/HackerSpace                      FREE   10×20                             

Education/Non-Profit                              Apply and we will talk about the appropriate fee or in-kind collaboration 


Power per plug                                                         $ 25   per 7.5amp circuit

Addtl 10×10 space                                                    $125

Addtl booth tickets, tables, chairs                        $5 each

One response to “Makers

  1. Hi. On March 3, I submitted a project application for Crossbeams. In it, I specified I needed electrical power and WiFi. Those are no longer necessary. They were needed to process credit cards, but I will now do that via a cell phone. Thanks.

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