Do you, by any chance, miss the workshops of Milan’s Fuorisalone? If the answer is yes, this week you’ll have the opportunity to get back involved. At the International Handicrafts Trade Fair in Florence, you’ll find a good deal of workshops attended by many familiar faces. Just to name a few, look out for Make Tank, Vectorealism, Kentstrapper, Zoe Romano, Riccardo Marchesi, Arduino, Massimo Menichinelli, Fablab Torino e Fablab Reggio Emilia.
As we announced a few days ago, the event calendar in Florence also includes the International Handicrafts Trade Fair. Be sure to take a look at the stands and try not to get lost. What’s more, artisans and creators are not the only key players of the event: if you want to give yourself a challenge, sign up to one of the Digital Makers workshops on the programme.
Where: Florence, Italy
When: 22-23-24-25-26-27-28 April
On Tuesday, the capital of Germany comes to life with NEXT Berlin, one of Europe’s largest events on the future of digital technology. On top of all the scheduled talk sessions, space is also given to the Makers and the DIY movement. Take a look at the official calendar and choose the events that do it for you. Have fun.
Where: Berlin, Germany
When: 23-24 April
You can spend the weekend at the Open Bidouille Camp in Bordeaux. This is an event open to all those who totally embrace the all-round theme of joint creativity. The workshops include reusing and recycling materials, repairing bicycles and, of course, 3D printing, as well as using Arduino in the area of DIY electronics. It is really worth stopping by.
Where: Bordeaux, France
When: 27-28 April
Another European event not to be missed is the Maker Faire UK in Newcastle. On Saturday and Sunday, you’ll have the chance to drop into the city centre to meet the 300 makers who will present their creations to the public. Around 10 thousand visitors are expected, for two days filled with surprises. You’ll find all the tickets online.
Where: Newcastle, England
When: 27-28 April