Hey, remember when we told you that Maker Faire Detroit was going to open their applications on March 18th?
Well, they are now open.
Types of Makers who should apply using this process are:
Makers: Individuals, groups, schools and organizations that would like to demonstrate what they make and/or how it works in an interactive environment. For Maker groups, schools & organizations, we ask that you have one point person to coordinate your group efforts. Makers do not pay a fee to exhibit at Maker Faire for non-commercial exhibits.
Commercial Makers: Individuals who would like to sell products along with demonstrating what they make at their Maker exhibit. If you are a Maker that has a product that you would like to sell at Maker Faire, please submit a Maker application and indicate that you are a Commercial Maker. For a basic set-up, there is a fee of $100 to participate at the Commercial Maker level.
Food Makers: Individuals or groups that showcase/demonstrate food products that they make in an interactive environment. Note: If you plan on serving samples, they must be 2 ounces or less. You must comply with Food and Health regulations.
Commercial Food Makers: Individuals pay a fee to show and demonstrate a food product that they make (and plan to sell) in an interactive environment. Samples that are 2 ounces or less may be given away. Prepared packaged foods (defined as food that is not consumed on-site) can be sold. You must comply with Food and Health regulations. For a basic set-up, there is a fee of $50 to participate at the Commercial Food Maker level.