an open source architectural beadwork project from Kate McKinnon and a worldwide team of innovators
We are so pleased to be invited back to MIT for the January term to show our work.
We welcome you to join us and help show MIT students and faculty how we make Hypars and Hypers, and basic peyote-stitched forms, and to help test the patterns and pages from our new books, heading to press after these sessions.
Here is our schedule. Please note that Open Studio times are the last two weeks of the month, and our lecture room is now 34-101, right on Vassar Street.
You can park in the Stata Center garage, if you drive. If you come in for the first lecture and want to stay for a few days to work with us, we welcome you. Most of our team coming in are arriving around January 14th.
Please stop in if you are in the Boston area! Our goal is to engage ever more curious people in the arts, sciences and engineering to take a deeper look at what simple models can teach about geometry, the Universe and the architecture of the world around us.
In the last two weeks of the month we will also be staging live exhibits, taking tables in Stata and the Infinite Corridor to teach folding, and walking runway shows of our work around campus.
The last lecture on Feb 1 will be a bit of a party, and we have the room all day.
Feel free to forward, post, or print our poster!