Maker Assembly is a one-day event that explores a series of topics around making, with a focus on critical discussion about the current state of the maker culture. It encourages everyone to participate in the event by combining short talks and contributions from the attendees.
Maker Assembly takes place on Saturday, 24th October 2015 from 10am to 5.15pm at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London as part of the Crafts Council's nationwide Make:Shift:Do programme.
This event is supported by the Comino Foundation, the Craft Council and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
We want to ensure the event is as accessible as possible, so some travel bursaires are available for those coming from outside London. You will find all information in the ticket registration or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. A free lunch will also be provided.
The event will take place from 10am in the V&A’s Seminar Room 3, in the Learning Centre on Level 3 of the Museum (map here).
Code of Conduct
We want everyone who attends our event to enjoy the day, feel able to express their views and welcome. As such we expect all attendees to follow The Ada Initiative Code of Conduct.
When & Where
Maker Assembly is a gathering of makers. We aim to make a home for critical discussion about making culture: its meaning, politics, history and future.