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Gulf Coast MakerCon 2015
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This year we have a Heritage Craft area, highlighting Makers of a different kind: People with traditional skills and expertise in fields that at one time were the cutting edge of technology, expanding trade and exploration, and improving life in … Continue reading
Daniel Flisek is a civilian Physicist working for the US Navy with a self-professed ” strong interest in chemistry on the side.” We asked him to tell us a bit about himself and what he’s bringing to Gulf Coast MakerCon. … Continue reading
The “maker” movement is simply the DIY creative spirit reignited for the 21st century. It’s a return to self-sufficiency, self-reliance and creativity, providing engaging and hands-on opportunities to inspire, educate, and entertain curious and creative learners of all ages. It … Continue reading
Take advantage of our Early Bird ticket sales for Gulf Coast MakerCon, and get admission for the full weekend at half the rate of a one day pass, paid the day of, at the gate! Early Bird tickets will be … Continue reading
Learning is for Everyone (LI4E.org) hosted the area’s first ever Tampa Bay Mini Maker Faire in 2012. In 2013, our event nearly doubled in size, drawing more than 500 attendees. For 2014, LI4E is dialing up our annual DIY Celebration … Continue reading
Tampa artist and maker, and Learning is for Everyone volunteer, Chuck Stephens, is bringing his concept art, “LearningMan”to Pasco EcoFest, in keeping with LI4Es mission to support “the Curiosity Driven Life.” “LearningMan is a participatory interactive sculpture designed to bring attention … Continue reading