Four innovative designers will talk about their paths to successful design careers. Designed to attract a diverse audience, especially high school students, interested in design and eager to meet and learn from young professionals. This is an unique opportunity to hear from young people who have experienced success in their respective design fields.
Connecticut’s 2nd Mini Maker Faire on April 27, 2013 was a huge hit! Over 3,500 people came to the Westport Library from all over the region to see dozens of inventors, hobbyists and students showcase their creations. Congressman Jim Himes (CT-District 4) spoke about the economic importance of making things in America, and official recognition proclamations were read from Westport First Selectman Gordon Joseloff, State Representative Jonathan Steinberg for Governor Dannel Malloy and Representative Gail Lavielle for the Connecticut General Assembly.