Loudoun’s maker movement gathered at Leesburg Executive Airport to swap ideas and show off innovation Tuesday, June 21.
Artists, inventors, and musicians shared their work, much assembled at their own homes or businesses. The “maker movement,” they said, will reshape the world more even than the internet.
“If you haven’t been involved in the maker movement, tonight is a great chance to dip your toes in the water,” said Loudoun County Department of Economic Development Small Business and Entrepreneurship Manager Vanessa Jozwiak.
“The world’s going to go there one way or another,” said Virginia Department of Education Chief Technology Innovations Officer Bobby F. Keener Jr. “Why don’t we start it?