What is Dublin Maker?
Dublin Maker is a free to attend, community run event, which will be held on Saturday June 19th and Sunday June 20th, 2021 and for the very first time, it will be online. Dublin Maker takes the form of a “show and tell” experience where inventors/makers sourced through an open call, will have an opportunity to showcase their creations at individual (virtual) booths in a carnival atmosphere.
It is a family friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the maker movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making and share what they are learning.
Makers range from tech enthusiasts to crafters, educators, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, artists, science clubs, students, authors and commercial exhibitors. They are of all ages and backgrounds, coming from all over Ireland and beyond. Dublin Maker’s mission is to entertain, inform and connect the makers of Ireland, while inspiring the next generation of Ireland’s makers and inventors.
Why is Dublin Maker great?
David looks after the website so his picture appears first. Co-Founder of Dublin Maker & Science Hack Day Dublin. Day job - Rocket Scientist, University College Dublin. Night job - Sleeping, bed.
Jeffrey is the Dublin Maker enforcer. He can rip a phone book in half with his bear hands. Yes bear. Raaarrrr! He just showed up with them one day after a camping trip. We don't ask questions. Jeffrey is also CEO of TOG, Dublin's hackerspace.
Maker Advocate for Dublin Maker. She also organises tech events/workshops, game jams, advocates diversity in tech (Coding Grace, PyLadies Dublin, Women Who Code Dublin) in her spare time besides trying to find time to code and learn to play the ukelele.
Better known as "Laser Laura" for her ability to control lasers with her mind. She once cut a house in two after stubbing her toe. She is an executive committee member of Women in Technology and Science (WITS) and may be allergic to cats.
Co-founder of Dublin Maker. Could sweet talk a sweet into talking. A professor in Dublin City University. Owns multiple flannel shirts.