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Pittsburgh Mini Maker Faire

Pittsburgh Mini Maker Faire

Angela was the founding coordinator of Pittsburgh Mini Maker Faire for its first two years at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh in 2011 and 2012. Over 75 maker booths showcased interactive projects, art, and workshops for all ages in a 6-hour, “family-friendly carnival of spectacular innovation” attended by over 1,500 people. As project manager, she coordinated with community partners HackPGH and the national Maker Faire movement (including attending national Maker Faire in San Jose in 2011) and handled planning and logistics coordination for a festival with unique needs around electricity, radio waves, safety and noise permits for experiences that included potato-powered robots, 3-D printing with Cheez-Wiz, and The Great American Horn Machine.


Project Management, event planning