Central Georgia's inaugural maker festival, Make-End, has opened its call for makers! The call invites makers from all backgrounds to submit an application highlighting how they will share their skills and products through interactive exhibits at Make-End. The event is seeking to host 150 makers with a range of innovations in the art and technology fields.
The Make-End Ambassador program is also recruiting those interested in making the festival a success by promoting the event to communities locally, regionally and nationally. The program has three phases: Ambassadors will first learn about the Maker Movement, next they will focus on marketing the event, then Ambassadors will volunteer at Make-End.