Participants will leave equipped with an understanding of video manipulation using OpenGL and a trove of tools and re-usable code to create their own Navigable 3D Environments or Custom Video Software.
This class aims to demystify the invisible physical phenomenon that we process as sound.
In this workshop you will learn to build a circular chart to plot the Zodiac Sun signs of your family and friends.
You will learn the history behind the world’s most popular beverage, different methods of production and cultivation, and you will learn a number of ways to make loose leaf tea on your own.
Part history lesson, and part workshop, this class leaves students with a new appreciation for timeless craftsmanship and most importantly, leave with a toy.
Participants will learn how to build simple circuit and apply muscle wire movement to a small sculpture prototype that moves when a sensor is triggered.
Each participant will learn hands on shaping techniques and mixing your own dough and incorporating starters.
Participants will be introduced to the traditional approach to massage as well as interesting and exotic aspects such as “Fish Face,” “Shampooing,” and “Yummy Spots.”
Students will learn the interface of MAX MSP which is designed to make interactive composition easy for people who are not familiar with programming languages.
In this workshop participants will understand the cultural forces that shaped the fairy tale ideals of romantic relationships, which pervade common beliefs about how real love is found and maintained.
For people mystified by the writing process, artists and scientists looking to deepen their practice, or those frustrated by the shallow insights of the information age, this session will help students develop a skill for making interesting discoveries in the world around us.
Participants will leave the course with a hunger for electrical exploration and materials for further experimentation.
This two-session class will teach you to be the master of your steel horse. We will cover the basic mechanical systems on your bike, including tires and tubes, brakes, shifters, and drivetrain, and will cover aspects of both service and maintenance.
In this hands-on workshop, bartender and writer St. John Frizell (Fort Defiance) discusses the cooling properties of “large-format” cocktails from around the world—punches, sangrias, and other boozy drinks that can be made in bulk. With a dash of historical context and lots of practical advice, you will spend the afternoon mixing and drinking summertime punches
In this three-part seminar series we will be led by Dr. Andrew Kern through the basics of genetics, the connection between genotype and phenotype, and current advances in our ability to use genome sequence information for understanding human disease. We will also explore the moral, political and financial implications of these developments.