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The heart of the Maker Camp experience has always been the chance we get to go neat places and hang out with awesome makers.

Every day at Maker Camp has been tremendous fun, and we’ve collected eight of our favorite days so you can enjoy them again.┬áRemember, while the Maker Camp program is over for the year, the ingenuity and creative spirit we shared will never go away. Keep sharing your projects, building things with your friends, exploring all the exciting projects we have online, checking out all the kits and components we have for sale, and make sure to pick up a copy of MAKE Magazine for yourself!

Streamed live on Jul 8, 2013 from the Exploratorium, at Pier 15 in San Francisco, CA.

Streamed live on Jul 12, 2013.

Streamed live on Jul 16, 2013

Streamed live on Jul 16, 2013

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Streamed live on Jul 17, 2013

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Streamed live on Aug 5, 2013


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Ken Denmead

Ken is the Grand Nagus of He’s a husband and father from the SF Bay Area, and has written three books filled with projects for geeky parents and kids to share.



  1. Craig Couden says:

    There were a lot of really fun moments during Maker Camp, but my two favorite Hangouts were:
    Trash the Stage

    Krys Bobrowski and Zeke Leonard had some really fun projects to show off, and Walter Kitundu blew me away with his turntable harps. All the makers seemed really excited by what their fellow guests were making.

    and Props and Weathering

    Another one where the makers were fans of each other and were really excited to see what the other guests brought to show. Fon Davis, Harrison Krix, and Frank Ippolito had a wealth of knowledge to share and some really incredible props that they had made, and Kerli kept it grounded by reminding everyone that the determination to make something is all you need to get started on a cool project!

  2. Sam Freeman says:

    I had fun talking to Imogen Heap and Zoe Keating.

  3. Mary Glendening says:

    Props & Weathering Effects was my favorite as well. That one really hooked the kids at the Maker Camp at the Middletown Free Library.

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