[SNEC] Fifth Annual Summer Workshop in Oswego, NY: June 22, 23 & 24
cjf at CJFearnley.com
Wed May 2 17:53:48 EDT 2007
Synergetics Collaborative (SNEC)
* * * Workshop on Quantum Building * * *
in Oswego, NY, 22, 23, & 24 June 2007
Description: The Synergetics Collaborative's Fourth Annual Summer Workshop
in Oswego will focus on "Quantum Building: The First 28
Most-Efficient-Minimum Geometrical Systems". The main workshop
will be led by Thomas Miller who writes:
"The workshop is about learning to clone the four
basic cloning grids that make the volume quanta
(Fuller's term) the 'a' module, a-b module, mite and
't' module. We will concentrate on the first three. The
grids become self-organizing which needs four abilities:
self-stabilization, self-correction, self-regeneration
and self-innovation. The overall idea is that these
modules have a modular building system inside them and
we will explore that system."
In addition, there will be artifact exhibit space for participants
and a session for participants to discuss their work.
Friday Reception 22 June 2006, 7 - 10PM ($15; pre-register
to get directions)
Saturday 23 June 2006, 8AM - 10PM (Registration: 8 AM)
Sunday 24 June 2006, 8AM - 6PM
Pre-registration is required! Please fill out the following form:
Contact John Belt <belt at oswego.edu> to make housing
arrangements. On-campus housing is limited, and first come,
first served. Reservations must be made by July 14th!!!
Department of Technology, Design Studio
Wilber Hall, Design Studio, Room 350
Event Web Page:
$60 general ($30 for students).
Please let others know about this event by passing on this poster:
Exhibit space will be available for showing artifacts. Space
must be reserved by July 15. To make arrangements for space,
send a request with the dimensions of your piece(s) to John
Belt <belt at oswego.edu>. Please bring a card with a brief
description of your work for display in the exhibit area.
We are on a spaceship; a beautiful one. It took billions of years to develop.
We're not going to get another. Now, how do we make this spaceship work?
-- Buckminster Fuller
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