Maker Carnival 2012

On April 18, 2012 by Design China

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This month, Maker Car­ni­val 2012 is land­ing in Bei­jing with an array of exhi­bi­tions, work­shops, talks and an Art Hack Week­end event. Ini­ti­ated by Bei­jing Mak­er­space, CMoDA and CAFA Design Lab, the project offers a rare oppor­tu­nity for the pub­lic to see what mak­ers are up to and to expe­ri­ence their “making-it-happen” lifestyle. Addi­tion­ally, our friends, Vega Zaishi Wang and Ritchie Chan of Triple Major will join 38 other artists, design­ers and engi­neers at Art Hack Week­end (organ­ised by The Cre­ators Project, Bei­jing Mak­er­space and China Youthol­ogy) to work on a col­lab­o­ra­tive project within 48 hours. More details.

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