[SNEC] Synergetic Geometry Symposium with Exhibit on January 25 & 26th

Chris Fearnley Chris@CJFearnley.com
Sat, 4 Jan 2003 13:42:08 -0500


                   Synergeticists of the NorthEast Corridor
                         present a two day symposium
                                      on

      A Fuller Explanation:  Building on Amy Edmondson's Explanation of
               The Synergetic Geometry of R. Buckminster Fuller

                                    with a

                         Synergetic Geometry Exhibit

When:
    Saturday 25 January 2003, 12 AM - 6 PM
    Sunday 26 January 2003, 9 AM - 3 PM

Where:
    Design Science Toys, Ltd
    172 Pleasantvale Rd, Tivoli, NY 12583 

Web Site:
    http://snec.cjfearnley.com/

Exhibit Space (NEW!):
    Exhibit space will be available for showing artifacts.  Space must
    be reserved by 21 January.  To make arrangements for space, send
    a request with the dimensions of your piece(s) to Stuart Quimby
    <stuq@dstoys.com>.  Please bring a card with a brief description of
    your work for display in the exhibit area.

Confirmed Speakers:
    Robert Burkhardt
    Joseph D. Clinton
    Dick Fischbeck
    Yasushi Kajikawa
    Shoji Sadao

Costs:  Please submit registration and mail payment by January 17th.
    $40 registration fee
    $20 student registration fee
    $10 for lunch each day
    Note: $25 surcharge for at-the-door registrations.

On-Line Registration Form:
    http://snec.cjfearnley.com/registration.html

Printable Registration Form:
    http://snec.cjfearnley.com/registration.pdf

Travel Directions:
    http://dstoys.org/cmf/projects/EastCoastConference/Travel%20Instructions

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   asserted dogmatically; in fact they should be most suspect; they mark
   not our conquests but our limitations and our bounds. -- Morris Kline

Christopher J. Fearnley          |  Explorer in Universe
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