Albuquerque Maker Faire on The Morning Brew

On Thursday, July 10, Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire organizer Wendi Flybutter and Volunteer Coordinator Craig Goldsmith appeared on “The Morning Brew with Larry Ahrens” to talk about the upcoming Faire and making in general.

“The Morning Brew” posts most of their broadcast on YouTube, so watch it here:

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Maker and Volunteer Meeting: 16 July 2014, 7-9ish pm

Our first meeting for VOLUNTEERS and MAKERS will be Wednesday, July 16, from 7-9ish at the new Quelab, located at:

680 Haines Avenue NW  (at 7th)
Albuquerque, NM 87102
We have a number of things we’d like to start planning — and discussing the feasibility of — right off the bat, so come on down.
Regular meetings will be held every Wednesday up until the event itself at Quelab, 7-9ish.
If you are interested in volunteering this year, and you have not already filled out the volunteer sign-up form, please do so. We use the spreadsheet generated from that form to send out emails, make phone calls, set up the schedule, etc.
Of course, feel free to encourage any and all folks that you know to come down and help out, whether at meetings or at the event itself.
More questions? Contact volunteers {at}

Save Those Gallon Milk Jugs!

As always, we need 100s of gallon milk jugs (the plastic kind) for ammunition for the trebuchet. Be sure to save ‘em and bring ‘em to our meetings later this Summer!

Participants in this year’s Mini Maker Faire appear on KASA Fox 2

Check out one of our board members, our Intel liaison, and a Maker during their TV appearance.

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Click for Segment 2


Mayor Berry Announces Collaboration to Leverage Maker Movement

In conjunction with a White House initiative to promote the “maker movement” and acknowledge cities that have taken a leadership role, Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry, Intel Corporation and CNM have announced a collaboration to strengthen the downtown Innovation District.  Intel will be a Strategic Lead Technology Partner and Sponsor for CNM’s new STEMulus Center in downtown Albuquerque.  The announcement comes as the White House hosts its first ever Maker Faire.

Read the full announcement >