Maker Carnival 2012

On April 18, 2012 by Design China

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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