From: The Honorable Mark Takano
Join the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Congressional Maker Caucus in celebrating Making at the second annual Capitol Hill Maker Faire on June 21.
The evening Faire will feature 30-40 exhibitors from across the country with hands-on displays, such as robots, electronics, 3D printers, crafts, and other new emerging tools and technologies. It will be highly interactive and is open to members, staffers, families, and the public.
Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Faire: 5:00pm-8:00pm Rayburn Cafeteria
Light food and drinks will be served while you geek out
Maker Policy Panels
Prior to the faire, we’ll be running some great panels featuring national Maker leaders, as well as representatives from the libraries, museums, academia, and the private sector on the cutting
edge of the movement. Topics include: The Future of Making, Innovation and Art in Making, The Federal Government & Making, Economic Renewal through Making and Manufacturing, Making and Education: K-12 and Beyond the Classroom: Making and Lifelong Learning.
Panels: 9:00am–4:00pm in B-339 Rayburn House Office Building, 45 Independence Ave. SW, Washington,
Lunch will be provided
Panel information and registration:
Stay up to date on social media by following: #CapMakerFaire