Critical thinking class students from Frank C. Martin International K-8 Center World School in Richmond Heights make music with a "carrot piano" designed and built by Victor Vincent of Miami, at the Miami Mini Maker Faire in Wynwood on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. At the keyboard are Thajia Hepburn, left, Melody Carter, Madison Ryan, all 13, and Maya Singh, 12. The students were on a field trip to the event, described as a festival of creativity, innovation and resourcefulness in celebration of the Maker Movement, the Faire returned to Wynwood for the second year. It's a celebration of the growing creative maker movement in South Florida.
Critical thinking class students from Frank C. Martin International K-8 Center World School in Richmond Heights make music with a "carrot piano" designed and built by Victor Vincent of Miami, at the Miami Mini Maker Faire in Wynwood on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. At the keyboard are Thajia Hepburn, left, Melody Carter, Madison Ryan, all 13, and Maya Singh, 12. The students were on a field trip to the event, described as a festival of creativity, innovation and resourcefulness in celebration of the Maker Movement, the Faire returned to Wynwood for the second year. It's a celebration of the growing creative maker movement in South Florida. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Critical thinking class students from Frank C. Martin International K-8 Center World School in Richmond Heights make music with a "carrot piano" designed and built by Victor Vincent of Miami, at the Miami Mini Maker Faire in Wynwood on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. At the keyboard are Thajia Hepburn, left, Melody Carter, Madison Ryan, all 13, and Maya Singh, 12. The students were on a field trip to the event, described as a festival of creativity, innovation and resourcefulness in celebration of the Maker Movement, the Faire returned to Wynwood for the second year. It's a celebration of the growing creative maker movement in South Florida. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Miami Mini Maker Faire brings tech, crafts, family fun to Wynwood

November 08, 2014 8:08 PM

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