Do Space along with Metropolitan Community College hosted the Omaha Mini Maker Faire on April 14 and, despite the chilly weather, it was a huge success! We had over 20 maker groups showcase their skills and knowledge to around 450 Omaha community members. Several of the maker groups included interactive activities from sewing quilting squares on sewing machines to playing with bug-like robots to attempting to lift Thor’s hammer and much more!

Scroll through this slideshow of images from the event:
Omaha Mini Maker Faire 2018
Do Space and Metro Community College want to thank all the makers and doers who participated in the Omaha Maker Faire:

• Reagan Pufall
• Sylvan Learning
• Barnes & Noble
• Make.Hack.Build. @ Do Space
• The Bad Habits Collection
• Omaha Modern Quilt Guild
• Catching STEAM
• MakeShift Lincoln
• Cornerline Gallery
• Civic Nebraska
• Comic Totem
• Omaha Children’s Museum
• Monster Engraving
• DigitArt MX
• Fichadia Brothers
• The Cedar Wardrobe
• Art Attacks
• Matt McCuen
• Ron Chase
• DEF CON 402
• Omaha Maker Group

Not able to go but want to learn more about one of our makers? Check out the Omaha Mini Maker Faire website for more information.


About Author
Kimberly Hwa Davis, Community Learning Specialist
Kim is a Community Learning Specialist for the Do Space team. She leads Littles Lab and Junior Makers programs.