Free Workshop: Hack The Grid With Artist Andrea Polli

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We have very limited space available for this FREE workshop. You MUST register to participate. Email Natalia Gomez at GOMEZN@CMOA.ORG to secure your spot!

Hack the Grid with Artist Andrea Polli
Light, Energy, and Environmental Sensing—A Responsive Vision for Public Art
Workshop: Tuesday-Friday, January 24–27, 2017, 4:30–7 p.m., and Saturday, January 28, 9 a.m.–noon
Carnegie Museum of Art, Hall of Architecture
Free, dinner included Tuesday-Friday.

This workshop is part of the Hillman Photography Initiative at Carnegie Museum of Art.

Join New Mexico-based international artist Andrea Polli and her team for an immersive five-day workshop on public art, activism, and the environment. Tour the Bellefield Boiler Plant, known as the “Cloud Factory”, experiment with the Speck mobile air quality monitor, meet experts from the CMU CREATE lab, and hear from the director of CMU’s “Breathemobile,” a mobile air quality lab. At the end of the week, immerse yourself in a design thinking boot camp. Brainstorm solutions to environmental problems by designing a proposal for public art that explores our impact on energy consumption and the environment.

Email Natalia Gomez at GOMEZN@CMOA.ORG to secure your spot!
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