Month: June 2014

Using the MaKey MaKey in Performance

When I am not at the Free Library of Philadelphia acting as a Teen Programming Specialist, I am usually in a studio somewhere making dances, or rolling on the ground in a park somewhere, thinking about different ways to sense and utilize the connection between various toes and the various pelvic bones to which they relate. In other words, I… Read more →

From Terrariums to Hay Bale Gardening at Widener

This spring, Maker Jawn Artist in Residence Jared came to Widener for four sessions and taught us how to make terrariums. We planted in old jars, bottles and other no longer needed household glass containers and then decorated the terrariums with sculpey creations.   Since Widener has a fenced in back parking lot/green area we were able to take this dirt-involving activity… Read more →