Submit your project for the 2019 AACME (previously known as the A2 Mini Maker Faire)
Thank you for applying to the Ann Arbor Creativity & Making Expo (AACME) and spreading creativity into your community!

AACME MISSION:
An idea starts as a tiny seed and through inspiration, planning and developing, an idea becomes a reality. To get to that point, we need to find tools and resources that can help us. People are builders, creators, innovators who inspire each other through the knowledge that they acquire and share. AACME wants to celebrate the diverse skills and tiny seeds that grew and developed into something wonderful.

As AACME organizers, we believe that in problem solving and creating, there are no boundaries or limits to what we can learn, the people we meet and the skills that we acquire. It is our mission to provide an event that showcases and celebrates our diverse creative backgrounds and what we have built and developed and the skills we have acquired.

DETAILS:
The 2019 AACME is at the Ann Arbor District LIbrary's downtown branch on Sunday, May 19 from 12-5pm. Saturday, May 18, is an optional early load-in from 4-6pm. Main load-in and set up is from 9-11:30am Sunday morning. Exhibitors should be ready by 11:30am Sunday morning.

The library opens at 12pm to the general public. Exhibitors are expected to be present the entire length of the Expo. A special Youth Pop Up area for ages 12 years and younger will be organized into 1-2 hour time slots. Further information about this youth area will be given in mid-April.

We've extended the application deadline to Thursday, March 14.

Be sure to read the 2019 Exhibitor Manual for pertinent information, available at this link-
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QAWI47JMoA65Eb2hHaT8lxikT1x58Fh7znVgFUslnK8/edit?usp=sharing

It is also available as a PDF download on the www.A2Geeks.org website.

Type of Proposal *
Required
Project Name *
Your answer
Project Description *
This text will also be used in the program during the Expo. Be descriptive!
Your answer
Does your exhibit include a hands-on activity? (If so, please include that in your exhibit description). Hands-on activities are highly encouraged. *
Project Website Address (URL)
Your answer
Project Photo Address (URL)
Example: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2734/4092798589_2578ec1ba7_o.jpg. Please select your best photo—this may be used for promotional reasons. Please do not include a link to an entire online photo album.
Your answer
Maker Category *
We know this is hard; try and narrow it to what applies best.
Required
First Name (Main contact person) *
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
Organization/Company
Your answer
Twitter Username (without the @)
Your answer
Email Address *
Your answer
Street Address
Your answer
City *
Your answer
State *
Your answer
Phone number *
Please enter a cell phone that we can contact you on the day of the event.
Your answer
Occasional and Incidental Sales *
Sales are permitted if the main purpose of the exhibit is not to sell things, but to fulfill the mission of the event (which in some cases will be met by demonstrations). For example, selling t-shirts with your project's logo vs. selling your project.
List type of items you would like to sell.
Your answer
Make and Take--recovering costs
For "Make and Take" activities, you may charge the actual material cost.
Cost of Make and Take activity
Please list the costs you wish to charge for you Make and Take activity
Your answer
Youth Makers
For young makers (under 18) please answer the following questions
Tell us a little about yourself: age, grade level and what school, or club with which your project is associated (if any).
Your answer
What was your goal for the project and how did you accomplish it?
Your answer
What three things did you learn while working on this project?
Your answer
Is this a school project?
All Makers
Please provide details about your exhibit: *
Required
If your exhibit is a mobile, performance or non-standard set-up, please describe it.
Note anything we need to know in terms of setup, noise, location, etc.
Your answer
Location Preference *
Noise *
Electrical Requirements *
Internet Requirements *
Note that WiFi is provided and we will not have control over any aspect of it.
Radio Frequencies
If your exhibit uses radio frequencies, please elaborate here about what frequency and mode your exhibit uses.
Your answer
Safety *
Does your activity involve any safety issues?
Please describe what the safety issues are.
Your answer
Final Questions
Anything else we should know about your project?
Your answer
Have you exhibited at any previous AACME event, Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire or Maker Faire or your school's maker fair?
Please tell us which ones.
Your answer
How did you hear of AACME/Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire?
Please list the names of everyone in your group who should have an exhibitor badge. *
Please include your own! We will follow up with exhibitors before the Expo to reconfirm.
Your answer
Thanks for your application! We think you are awesome.
Please read through the Exhibitor Manual, updated every year, to find out pertinent information. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QAWI47JMoA65Eb2hHaT8lxikT1x58Fh7znVgFUslnK8/edit?usp=sharing *
Please know that the volunteer organizers of the AACME respect your privacy and will not share or sell your information. *
Required
This application limits the liability of A2 Geeks, Inc. (“a2geeks”), Ann Arbor District Library (“AADL”), any invited exhibitors, and sponsors. *
You agree to comply with all applicable laws, the Exhibitor Handbook, and any other requirements issued by the co-organizers of AACME. *
You acknowledge that AACME, including the Exhibit(s), may be recorded in audio, visual, and/or audiovisual media by AACME co-organizers, and you consent to the making and use of such recordings. *
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