Workshops and Events

Staring Back: The Creation and Legacy of Picasso’s Demoiselles d’Avignon
Fleming Museum of Art, Burlington, VT
February 3 – June 22, 2015

Opening Reception
Hosted by UVM President Thomas Sullivan, Fleming Director Janie Cohen, and the Fleming Museum’s Board of Directors
Cash bar, hors d’oeuvres and music
Tuesday February 10, 5:30-7:00 PM
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Mapping Found Sounds
THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL
Wednesday, April 15, 5-8 pm; Saturday, April 18, 12-3 pm
The workshop will meet at UVM’s Fab Lab in Votey 122 on the UVM campus. Materials Fee: $25; call the Museum Education Department at 656-0750

Track the sonic footprints of Burlington and create an experiential sound map of obscured ambient noise inspired by John Cage’s experiments with everyday sound. In part one of this two-part workshop, participants make a simple electronic listening device by repurposing the ubiquitous and inexpensive contact microphones (piezos) found in old cellphones, computers, and other devices. In part two, participants discover hidden sounds and contribute to the creation of a unique sound map of Burlington.

Jenn Karson, Project Collaborator on Staring Back, and Supervisor, UVM’s FabLab; Griffin Jones ’15 Electrical Engineering


Farm & Food Tech Social Meet-up at Generator in Burlington, VT
Thursday, January 15, 2015
5:30 – 7:30 PM

Makers, Hackers, Farmers, Foodies & Techies invited to explore economic and innovation opportunities in Vermont’s farm and food sector at Generator’s January Social Hour

WHO: Farmers, Food Business Entrepreneurs, Makers, Technology Entrepreneurs, Hackers, and Software Developers

WHAT: Farm & Food Tech Social Meet-up

WHERE: Generator, Memorial Auditorium Annex, 250 Main Street, Burlington, VT

WHEN: Thursday, January 15, 2015
5:30 – 7:30 PM

DETAILS: A project of Vermont’s Farm to Plate Initiative, the Farm & Food Tech Social Meet-up kicks off the forming of a community of practice for makers, hackers, farmers, foodies, and techies to explore economic and innovation opportunities in Vermont’s farm and food sector. There is no cost to attend and a cash bar and food vending will be available.

CONTACT: More information on how to join the community of practice is available at http://bit.ly/vtfoodtech. For more information contact event coordinator, Stan Ward at stan@stanward.com802-595-3232.

Farm & Food Tech Social Meet-up events are a project of the Vermont Farm to Plate Technology Task Force. The task force is comprised of professionals committed to meeting farm and food technology needs through education and networking to deliver increased business viability in Vermont’s food system and meet multiple goals of Vermont’s Farm to Plate Strategic Plan—the ten year statewide plan to increase economic development and jobs in Vermont’s farm and food sector and improve access to healthy local food for all Vermonters. Learn more at www.VTFarmtoPlate.com.

2015 Champlain Maker Faire
September 26 & 27, 2015
Shelburne Farms Coach Barn…same fair, new twists, new maker challenges in addition to ChampBot.  What will YOU make?
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CMF National Innovation Education Institute
September 28 & 29, 2015
Burlington Hilton…new endeavor to grow making education in partnership with ASU, Purdue, Connecticut College of Technology and many others;

 

 

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Inspired by innovation, creativity + interdisciplinary education, we're artists + engineers. Our material is technology. Feeds managed by Jenn Karson.