• Germany

mAkE at re:publica Berlin

  • 05 June, 2023 | 15-16 CEST

Maker Community Exchange

The mAkE project is going to be at re:publica!

A meeting between networks of community networks supporting makers, makerspaces and hubs. Money can take a wide range of shapes, sizes and forms. We are meeting like-minded individuals to exchange knowledge and share the different mix of assets which are the social and natural capital that feeds the physical and financial capital of a community.



Kirstin Wiedow – Partnerships and Community and Co-lead of the mAkE project, Global Innovation Gathering


Gertrude Goh– Programs Lead, Africa Makerspace Network


Fadia Elgharibglobalinnovationgathering.org


Tom Hansing – Wiss. Mitarbeiter, anstiftung


Jessica Guy – Multidisciplinary Designer and Action Researcher, Fab Lab Barcelona


The ‘mAkErverse’ is the umbrella term or ecosystem of real communities from the individual level through to city, country, region, continental and global level collaborating in order to amplify the value and impact of makers and makerspaces weaving together a holistic view of what’s really happening on the ground.

Expanding community networks and learning from others, the differences in their organizations, approaches, and make-up of their communities through this meetup will provide a wealth of information to grow and sustain invaluable maker communities across Europe, Africa and, ultimately, the Globe.
More info at: https://re-publica.com/de/session/maker-community-exchange 
re:publica 2023 – THEME
The theme in which the event is programed is the following:
Working worlds
Cancel the call, skip the meeting and now submit your ideas for the work environment track: remote work, digital nomads, coworking, 4-day week, soft skills, gig economy, workation, quiet quitting, transformation through digitization, demographic change, migration and Automation. To really understand how societal changes and technological advances are transforming us and our jobs, let’s emerge from the buzzword ball pit and peek over the edge.