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  • Picasso’s major 1907 painting, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, created an uproar in the Paris art world and laid the foundation for the development of Cubism. This spring, the Fleming Museum presents an exhibition that explores Picasso’s extraordinary process in creating the painting, through innovative installations and advanced technologies that transform the museum experience.

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  • Despite major shifts in technology, bells continue to serve as cultural signifiers in the public square. A bell like the one atop this firehouse remains part of the built environment even though it no longer rings. Next door at City Hall a bell recording plays on the hour through an amplifier, no physical bell required. Scattered cell phone “bell” alerts dot the city soundscape ringing from pockets, bags and café tables.

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  • Fourteen public libraries from Craftsbury to Charlotte to Castleton will offer summer maker workshops for K-12 students as part of the new “Vermont Makers and Libraries: Sparking a Culture of Innovation” project. The initiative is a collaborative effort between the Vermont Department of Libraries, Vermont Makers, the University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Vermont Library Association and CMF Innovations.

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  • Thank you to the American Institute of Architects – Vermont for the invitation to speak at the recent ACX 2014 Architecture and Construction Expo. It was a fantastic and dynamic day of discussion! It was long overdue to bring local architects into the conversation of “making” in Vermont and the conference served as the perfect [...]

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  • Learn more about this conference where we compared notes with Fabbers in Quebec, Canada

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  • As part of the “Site and Sound” festival in Montreal we participated in a Critical Making workshop with Garnet Hertz, the author or the zine “Critical Making” that is proving to be a strong and unique voice in the art + technology scholarship. It was great to work with Garnet and the other workshop participants. [...]

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  • Bells were once necessary to summon the public all at once, all together, all in one place. Their sounds are deeply woven into the cultural fabric and unique soundscapes of cities and towns worldwide. Civic bells are constant; they mark time through personal stories and shared histories that unite a public’s past and present. Despite extraordinary and rapid advances in communication technology, do we perhaps still have a basic desire to hear bells ring into the future?

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  • We’d like to take this moment to advocate for five projects submitted to Burlington City’s Public Investment Action Plan (PIAP). Battery Park-Waterfront Park Pedestrian Connection (1) and Signs of the Times (4) are highlighted in this Seven Days Newspaper Article - Check it out! All images by Ken Mills 1. Battery Park-Waterfront Park Pedestrian Connection: Using Manhattan’s High-Line as inspiration, we envision a [...]

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  • IBM Chief Scientist John Cohn and artist Jenn Karson speak at Connectivity Lab Live, Malmö University, Sweden. It was a great opportunity to introduce Vermont Makers, swap stories about the maker movement and share our explorations arts, science and technology. To learn more see the links and video documentation below.      

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