Press Highlights

Unraveling the Knot Workshops at Chester Beatty Library, Dublin, Ireland: https://youtu.be/QEwa7UB0v6A

 

What Did You Make Today? Exploring Equity in Making

An article about making in K-12 education.

 

Pop-Up Mobile Makerspace, A public Urban Design Experiment, a Blurb book documenting the Knight Foundation funded project designed by Takara and conducted in collaboration with the San Jose Public Library. The project invited the public to re-imagine how we might shape Downtown San Jose Public Spaces to serve community needs. http://www.blurb.com/books/6768006-pop-up-mobile-makerspace-a-public-urban-design-exp

 

Silicon Valley Rotary eClub interview about 3D printing in K-12 education. October, 2015.

 
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Crosswalk patterns nod at history

Page B3, June 23rd, 2015

 
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Inexpensive CNC Machines Turn Students Into Manufacturers

August 19,  2013 /Time mark: 2:03 - 2:50

 
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Seeking Shelter

March 2013 / page 42

 
 
 
 
 

Scratch paper

February 26, 2004

 
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The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World

This is fully illustrated catalogue of the newly-established Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts breaks new ground in scholarship on women artists since the 1920s.

This volume documents and celebrates the unprecedented gift of Linda Lee Alter to the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts of a collection of some 400 works-- including paintings, photographs, drawings, watercolors, pastels, collage, prints, fabric pieces, ceramics, bronze, wood, and sculpture in other media.

Created on the occasion of the debut exhibition of the collection at PAFA (through April 14, 2013), the catalogue features ten new essays that use the broad themes and wide array of artists represented in the collection as a starting point for reflections on the history of the feminist movement, individual artists, and regional identities. Artists from the collection have a strong voice here, through interviews, writings, and the incorporation of archival materials.