Workshops: Art Exploration Party, Wednesday, 12/13, 4:30-6pmPlease join us for the following workshops in December:
Come take a break from studying and explore materials and topics with students from the Teachers College course, A&HA4078, Art for Classroom Teachers, taught by Marta Cabral.
This student-led workshop offers inspiring experiences and creative explorations into art. No art experience is needed, and participants are welcome to stay for as little or as long as they wish. Snacks will be provided.
Where: 202 Russell
This workshop will explore the relationship between sound and textiles, in the form of a kinetic e-textile swatch. Students will learn how to generate movement in textiles using magnets and copper wire, as well as mic sensor to capture sound which actuates movements. Preprogrammed wearable microcontrollers will be provided for sound input, and the students will be primarily learning how to physically construct, sew, and embed kinetic components into the textile. By the end of the workshop, students will have developed an e-textile swatch that can kinetically move to sound.
This workshop is presented by Wearable Media as part of the Future Textile Library, an exhibition at the Gottesman Libraries that explores the intersection of fashion, e-textile design, and computational technology.
Please rsvp (Logan@tc.columbia.edu) with your interest.
Where: 305 Russell
Show Me the Money lets you begin your quest for financial support, as you gain useful advice on the grant seeking process. Offering tips and strategies to lead you on your way, we will explore such tools as Foundation Grants to Individuals and Foundation Directory, from The Foundation Center, and SPIN (Sponsored Programs Information Network), from InfoEd.
This workshop is open to members and affiliates of Teachers College, Columbia University who may rsvp via online support.
Check out Show Me the Money on rhizr for further details.
Where: 302 Russell
To request disability-related accommodations contact OASID at firstname.lastname@example.org, (212) 678-3689, (212) 678-3853 TTY, (646) 755-3144 video phone, as early as possible.