Top 5 Reasons to Exhibit at Make-End



If you read our Top 5 Definitions of Macon, you may remember that the word “Macon” actually means “to make.” So, you may be wondering: Where is Macon’s festival showcasing all the different “makers,” (people who create original art, crafts or technology) out there? The answer: The Make-End Maker Festival, which is a new weekend-long event rolling into Macon’s historic Tattnall Square Park November 14-15.

Make-End will feature diverse and innovative makers, entrepreneurial speakers, plus large-scale performances and is currently seeking all types of artists, crafters and technologists to showcase their creativity at the event.

Check out the top five reasons you should become a Make-End exhibitor below.

(Click here to apply. Deadline is September 30!)

1.  YOU'RE AN INNOVATOR!

 

Be a trendsetter and participate in the inaugural event. Then, you will be able to say, “Make-End? Yeah, I was one of the first exhibitors.” #braggingrights

 

 

1.  YOU ARE A MAKER!

This is an opportunity to show people what you make and how you make it, plus give them a chance to buy it!

3.  YOU WANT TO BE PART OF THE MACON MADE MOVEMENT.

Make-End will attract makers and attendees from all over the country and help promote Macon as a thriving community of creatives. Don’t you want to be a part of that?

4.  YOU WANT TO SPARK THE MAKER MOVEMENT IN MACON.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            PHOTO CREDIT - LARRY NEJARA

The call for Macon Makers helped start it and SparkMacon continues to promote the movement dedicated to those who make new things. Now, here’s your chance to take part too.

1.  YOU THINK MACON'S STEAM

(Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math)

SCENE NEEDS ITS OWN FESTIVAL.

                                                                                  PHOTO CREDIT - LARRY NEJARA

Cherry blossoms and beer have their own events, now STEAM does too!

 

Click below for more information on the Make-End Festival and how to become a Make-End exhibitor. 

(Deadline is September 30, 2015)