Meet our Magnificent Makers
Little Inventors wants children to open their eyes to the world of invention and creativity. But beyond the invention drawings, there is a unique opportunity for children and makers, designers and artists to come together and collaborate to bring children’s imagination to life.
By taking children’s ideas seriously and presenting them in a professional manner through collaboration with skilled makers, we will help showcase children’s original ideas, perspectives and voices.
We also want to challenge the skills and experience of adult makers, and encourage them to push beyond their own limits by engaging with the highly imaginative and unhindered minds of young children.Do you make things?
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Download our maker's resource pack full of helpful tips and hints for selecting, creating and documenting your making process.
Halifax Makerspace is a non-profit group of people who love to make with a variety of materials and skills. We support each other in our individual projects, participate in group community builds, and offer free electronics workshops.
Lalya Gaye is an artist, designer and engineer based in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK where she runs the collaborative digital media art practice Attaya Projects. Lalya builds interactive art installations, provides consulting in interaction design and digital technology, and delivers creative electronics workshops. She works primarily with sound, light, metal, interactive technologies, and urban space.
MakerKids specializes in Robotics, Coding and Minecraft programs with highly trained instructors. We run camps, programs, birthday parties and in-school programs across Canada and beyond!
Max is a technically skilled designer with a highly practical understanding of the principles he employs. From an early age making things was a way of life; a skill that for over 20 years has been honed to give way to highly creative and pragmatic insights within design.
Meera is a Maker Educator and a New Media artist. She is also a very positive, driven girl that never stops dreaming, playing and creating!
Sculptor on steel and glass, I work with materials transformed with fire into a physical and philosophical alchemy, to overcome the barriers of the world and history. My dream would be to be able to rewrite history to free men.
Richard Scott is a mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Ottawa and also a Brunsfield Center student machine shop supervisor.
Educator, Maker, Advocate for FabLabs, Open Source & technology for social good.
I make things, or think about making things all the time. I have always been like this so I went to art college. I trained to be a graphic designer. Since then I have designed all sorts of things, patterns for children's clothes, hats, logos and children's wallpaper. I enjoy having a job that is doing what I like. In my free time I make all sorts of things and if I'm bored I do some origami.
I am an electronics engineer, this is my speciality but I enjoy experimenting with all kinds of making including 3D printing. I am an active member at Teesside Hackspace, a community run workshop where we make all kinds of weird and wonderful inventions. My involvement with little makers has been a collaboration with fellow Teesside Hackspace member Chris Corbett.