Maker Fest Pakistan presents a two-day celebration of art, innovation, creation and imagination that attracts, inspires, and engages a diverse community of makers from the country.
SAMAAJ in collaboration with Motwani Jadeja Family Foundation is introducing the first of its kind Maker Fest in Pakistan. Maker Fest Pakistan features exceptional creative endeavours to celebrate and build maker community while advancing economic growth.
Maker Fest Pakistan is the continuation of the internationally renowned Maker Faire hosted across America, Europe, Africa, Japan and India. Originally launched in California, USA in 2006, the Maker Faire now draws hundreds of thousands of attendees twice a year around the globe.
Whether you’re a hobbyist sculptor or painter making intricate works of art or a technical geek making gadgets like robots, printers and programmable devices, you fall under the category of a maker. Making ranges from anything as basic as creating handmade crafts to experimenting with the emerging wave of new generation technology. Read More
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