What is an Intervention Enabler? Well, Enablers are people that donate an amount of money to the event in return for some bonus perks and items when attending the event. Our complete list of Enabler levels and their associated items are visible on our Registration page or on our Get Involved page.
For Intervention 5 we are adding in a brand new additional item for Enabler levels 2 and above, a special limited edition 3d Printed Enabler Badge companion:
The image above is a prototype for the item, and the actual design may change significantly, but it will be a 3d printed item that will be able to be clipped onto your lanyard for the event to supplement your Enabler badge.
So, if you want to get this item and other fun things, remember to add on an Enabler level (in this case level 2 or above) when purchasing your registration to the event.
If you’ve already purchased a regular registration and want to add on an Enabler level, you can do that as well by upgrading your registration.
If it’s a case that you want to change your existing Enabler level to a higher level, you can use our contact form (select “registration changes” as the subject), or directly email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll assist you in the process.
Photo by: Ransom & Mitchell (http://ransommitchell.com)
Intervention 5 is happy to announce that we’ve posted online our first round of guests
for this year’s event. Blogger/Journalist David Pescovitz will be at the event this year to talk about his work in blogging for BoingBoing
as well as looking ahead at future tech that will have impact on the Maker movement.
We are also happy to announce that Pete Abrams, creator of the comic Sluggy Freelance will be returning to the event this year. We will also have Jonathan Rosenberg, creator of the comics Scenes From a Multiverse and Goats at the event as well.
More guests will be announced soon!
We already dd some early approvals, but if you want to exhibit or vend at Intervention 5 this August 22-24, 2014 you need to get your application in now. The next round of approvals will be on or about March 1st.
I can guarantee you this is going to sell out fast because we may already be way over capacity. I haven’t checked. The good news is that it is partially curated so the order that you apply matter directly. Apply now!
Last year our Children’s Program exploded with awesome. I was so happy to see so many new faces in the room – all families having fun together thanks to the hard work of our Children’s Program staff Corinne Simmers and Eric Hardenbrook.
One of the many things that came out of the weekend was a Sharknado-inspired Stop-Motion animation – made by the kids! Check it out:
For more photos and info about this part of the event, click here.
Hey guys! I am working on auditing and updating the site today and tomorrow. If anything is weird on the site please let me know. Most likely I am working on fixing it right now. Most notably, you’ll notice new buttons on the right. Only one of them works right now. All of them are off center until I have Harknell kick the CSS a little bit. We should be all good to go by 1/17 or 1/18 in the evening!
In the meantime: