Step 1 of 4: Exhibit, Presentation, or Performance Details
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Type of Proposal * Type of Booth or Exhibit * Project Name or Title * Full Description (remains private, not published) *
For the Maker Faire team, explain what your project/presentation is and describe what you will actually be bringing to Maker Faire. This information will not be made public. Be as descriptive as possible.
Short Description (made public, shown on Maker Faire website) *
Response limited to 250 characters or less. This information will be made public.
Project Photo *
File must be at least 500px wide or larger. Select your best photo. This photo will appear publicly with your short description above.
Please copy and paste the full link below. Example: http://www.mygreatproject.com/.
Please copy and paste the full link below. Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RD_JpGgUFQQ.
What are your plans at Maker Faire? Check all that apply: * You indicated you will be promoting or selling. Describe the product or service and list the price range. *
Any URLs to specific websites or images or videos are helpful.
Will you be giving away, selling, or sampling food (packaged or unpackaged) at Maker Faire? * Select the option that best describes your plans regarding food at Maker Faire. * Describe what type of food and any details. *
Including food in your exhibit may require a Health Permit and associated fee. Details will be emailed to you after acceptance.
Describe your non-standard setup or any special requests.
Special requests are not guaranteed by acceptance. You will receive confirmation in advance of the Faire.
Layout drawings are optional but can be helpful in our planning.
Do you have a hands-on activity or interactive exhibit for attendees? *
Hands-on activities are encouraged at Maker Faire! If your exhibit is not hands-on, please reconsider what you could do to engage and inspire attendees.
Describe your hands-on activity or interactive exhibit. * For attendees, please complete this sentence: "At my exhibit (workshop or presentation, etc), you can learn how to...."
Please do not repeat the first part of the sentence above, just add onto the sentence as you see best. If this doesn't apply to your exhibit, you can skip it.
Noise Does your exhibit require power? * What are you powering? * Internet requirements * Radio Frequencies
If your exhibit uses radio frequencies, please provide details about your RF use, frequencies, etc.
Safety Does your exhibit make use of fire (any size flame), chemicals, or other dangerous materials or tools (propane, welders, etc)? * Do you have an interactive exhibit involving using tools of any kind, riding (bikes, go carts, swings, etc), climbing, etc? * Describe any fire or safety details. * Waste and Trash Concerns Will your exhibit produce any waste?
Waste is anything you expect to dispose of during setup, showtime or load out at Maker Faire, such as recyclables, compostables, garbage, reuseable/donatable items, and water.
Please describe what waste you expect to produce, including when, what and how much. Do you have a plan for sustainably disposing of this waste or need assistance creating one?
At Maker Faire we provide recycling and garbage bins. For special hazardous waste or items for donation, upon acceptance, please work with our team to create a plan. At Maker Faire, all makers are responsible for separating their waste into proper disposal bins.