It has been an amazing 5 year journey for Maker Faire Singapore. In 2012, we started off as a Mini Maker Faire with about 20 maker booths and 1000 visitors. In 2016, we are proud to have hosted over 300 maker booths (including about 700 makers) and 15,000 visitors over a 2-day event at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).

The growth would not have been possible without the relentless support of the maker community, who have grown the maker movement through their community activities throughout these years. Check out these photos and feel the pulse of the maker community! For more photos, please click here.

Maker Faire Singapore is part of the Singapore Science Festival which will going on until 5 August. Check out more information here!

Crowd at the Tech Zone
Where you can see the fun of technology


One Maker Group which facilitates individual self-discovery through making

Merlion image made up of granny squares by Yarnbombing SG community
A whimsical yarnbombed garden where gnomes and animals rule!
Amazing decoupage work illuminated as bottle lamps
Labs Central – Illustrating the relationship between the Maker Movement and Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths (STEAM)
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Ground-up Initiative and their array of booth activities
A popular station where visitors get to solder their own specially designed souvenir keychains!
Enthusiastic young makers introducing their strawbees structure to Minister Yaacob Ibrahim (Minister for Communications and Information)
Networking Night (SJTeo)
Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan (Minister for Foreign Affairs) giving our certificates to makers/ maker groups who have supported the Maker Faire Singapore since 2012. (Photo credit: Teo Shin Jen)
Posted by:Goh Kiat Teng

Kiat Teng is a staff of the Science Centre Singapore, Business Development Department. She believes in living life to the fullest, and always look forward to learning new things and gaining new experiences.

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