Arts Unbound is dedicated to the artistic achievement of people living with disabilities and to the continuing artistic enrichment of seniors. We provide visual arts education and professional development to help emerging artists compete on the retail market. By promoting the work of artists with disabilities and seniors, we center their art-making rather than any impairments and by doing so challenge the stigma associated with disability and aging.
The New Jersey Blacksmith Association (NJBA), an affiliated chapter of the Artist Blacksmith Association of North America (ABANA) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of the art and craft of blacksmithing, and to bring both historical and contemporary blacksmithing to the attention of the public. NJBA strives to be an important resource for its members and for the people of New Jersey and the surrounding areas.
The NJBA works to be a valued asset to those interested in blacksmithing. At monthly meetings skills are passed from one smith to another, resources are shared, and an ever-increasing network of smiths forged ever stronger through activities, NJBA serves both, its members and blacksmithing.
Blacksmithing is an integral part of the rich history of the New Jersey area. One goal of the NJBA is to support the efforts of the numerous living history museums in the New Jersey area. The NJBA has been involved with Historic Allaire Village, Orange County Farmstead Museum and many others. The NJBA is committed to building upon the relationships we have made with museums and historical sites. We are always looking to foster new relationships with other locations.
The College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) is comprised of School of Architecture and School of Art + Design. The College offers undergraduate degrees in architecture, digital design, industrial design and interior design as well as graduate degrees in architecture, infrastructure planning, and urban systems. The College of Architecture and Design is a comprehensive Design School located in a comprehensive research university. By studying design here, you will have ample opportunities for cross-pollination of ideas and interdisciplinary interaction. NJIT offers 126 degree programs through six professional schools and colleges. You can double major, design an interdisciplinary major, opt for an accelerated bachelor’s or master’s degree program, and cross-register at nearby schools such as Rutgers University–Newark.
What is this? It’s a program/club building a friendship and leadership through making Origami for teens. Origami is the paper folding art from Asia and had become popular in the states over the years. And kids in NJ are finding it as a tool to build the friendship as well as a valuable tool to help others who are in needs. Origami is the fundamental tool of making art works but adapting other materials and ideas will broaden one’s mind to see how one connects to the others. Paper Kids is a youth group formed by Kevin Ju, Andrew Qin, Kyle Schubert, Brian Yoon (President), Jimmy Yu, and Daniel Woo who have high prospects to educate and share the fun and building a friendship by making origami. Paper kids donate their works to various places, including hospitals, libraries and groups where other kids can enjoy their works. All members have been teaching community members and other kids how to make Origami through workshops and presentations in the libraries, NJ and NY.
Who are you in your dreams?
What images do you see?
How would people react to you if they could see?
What if your dreams were …
“Clear As the Dreams on Your Face”?
RoByn Thompson is a Paterson NJ artist who uses her daily painting practice to defy depression and chronic pain. She is an award-winning fine art body painter, photographer and mixed media artist who uses her art to empower herself and others. It is also a method to explore her world and a tool in her search for meaning. RoByn is also the author of several books and the creator of Colors Keep The Darkness Away, a group painting workshop for people dealing with issues of Sadness.
Scan-A-Rama 3D is a portrait studio for the 21st century! Stop by our booth to get 3D scanned on the Scan-O-Tron 3000, our open source 3D scanning rig and get your very own 3D printed statue of you, your family or a loved one!
Don’t Just Stand There. Get Scanned There!
Bringing positive energy and bling together!
Nitjuan Designs creates wearable art for you and your home including everything from loc jewels to chandeliers. Specializing in custom orders and working with gemstones, crystals, glass, metal and many other materials
Handcrafted wearable art for you and your home infused with loving Reiki energy for the wellbeing of each individual customer.
At the Mini Maker Faire people can learn how to “Bling Wire” to create crocheted and wire-wrapped jewelry, creating a piece of their own to wear.
P3 Organic Exchange is a Newark-based environmental services company that works with local businesses to help divert organics (food scraps) from the waste stream. We use organics as feed stock for our worms, which with the help of smaller decomposers transform waste to a nitrogen-rich soil amendment. The product is called vermicast and it is used alone and in blends to both stimulate better growth and regenerate polluted soils.
Since 1981, the North Jersey Astronomical Group has sponsored many activities for the public in Northern New Jersey, including weekly Telescope Nights and a monthly lecture series in the spring and fall plus special events. Tens of thousands of people have discovered the wonders of the Universe through our telescopes!
Which stars will be on view during the Maker Faire? The Sun, of course!
3DMonstr designs and manufactures industrial grade, large format, water-cooled, quad-extruder, 3D printers in its facility in New Jersey.
3DMonstr T-Rex 3D printers currently handle PLA (and derivatives), ABS, HIPS, PVA, Nylon, PET, NinjaFlex, Polycarbonate and Paraffin wax filament. 3DMonstr is planning additional advanced extruders: food grade (chocolate, frosting, cheese), low-temp paste (silicon, clay, ceramics), plastic pellets (PLA, ABS, & others).
The printers come in three sizes:
- T-Rex-12 (12” x 12 x 12” – 1 cubic foot)
- T-Rex-18 (18 x 18” x 18” x 18” – 3.375 cubic feet)
- T-Rex-24 (24” x 24” x 24 – 8 cubic feet)