This workshop will reveal the secrets of paper marbling, an ancient printing technique in which a floating multicolored design is created and manipulated on a liquid surface and is later transferred onto paper (or any other fiber).
Participants will be introduced to the technical and practical aspects of the Theremin- an electronic musical instrument that is controlled by the relative position of the player’s hands.
In this three-part course, students will learn the skills necessary to get started making their own small creations.
You will be given initial instruction in the classroom on primary principals of photography, photographic techniques specific to the upcoming expedition, and advice for how to identify unique, compelling stories, approach subjects, and capture naturalistic National Geo-style pictures of people, places and things in a style all your own that at once matches the story.
You will leave with the knowledge and tools to turn your next party into a umbrella-topped bash.
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.
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 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.
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.”
Why do we have sex? Why are there sexes at all? In a 60 minute lecture we will explore the evolutionary origins of sex, theories of its maintenance, and the consequences of this bizarre system in which we have become entrapped.
Actors, writers, singers, musicians, business people, bike messengers, chefs, anybody and everybody who attend this workshop will be able to explore their creative capacity in a physical, fun and supportive environment.
We will discover the awareness that they we have agency in our voice, that we are not separate from other people, and that the more connected we are our to our stories, the more connected we will be to others.
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