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We’re excited about the wide range of exhibitors we have this year, including the diversity of inventors and product developers. Among our commercial makers this year is Ingocraft, which calls its product line “Modern Tools for Maker Kids.” We like … Continue reading
Educator Kyle Wright brings his great students from Oak Grove Middle School in Pinellas County, to Gulf Coast MakerCon this year. Long successful with their FIRST LEGO League program, Oak Grove is expanding their project based learning to include more maker-style … Continue reading
School makerspaces are front and center at Gulf Coast MakerCon. Benito MakerSpace at Benito Middle School in Tampa is one of the newest, and Media Specialist Sundi Pierce took some time to tell us about it. _________ We’re excited about being a … Continue reading
We met Chuck Stephens at our very first Maker Festival, Tampa Bay Mini Maker Faire, in 2012, where he joined us to showcase his stencil art. Since then he’s become a fixture in the Tampa Bay Maker community, doing everything … Continue reading
Stetson University’s Innovation House is a makerspace at the Deland based university that provides “contemporary tools of rapid prototyping to develop and make tangible objects. It also provides a community of makers for its members to tap into. Innovation House is open to … Continue reading
You may have noticed a healthy complement of libraries joining us at Gulf Coast MakerCon this year. That’s because libraries are quickly becoming the cutting edge, and the leading edge, of the maker movement, democratizing access to creative space, tools, … Continue reading