Project Knowmad is an experiential learning program for students entering grades 5 to 12 that runs during the summer months, right after finals and before most other summer programs begin. Courses cover a variety of subjects, including computer science, filmmaking, drawing, writing, and culinary arts. The big deal about Knowmad is that New York City is our classroom. Students and teachers are out in the field exploring interesting ideas, meeting new people, visiting unusual locations, and working as a team. The activities are creative: writing code, taking photographs, making meals, writing scripts, designing and building your own inventions. Students work with teachers in a new way, too: as collaborators looking for answers together.
Upper School Project Knowmad
javier de riba paints patterned tiles onto floors of abandoned urban spaces
Investigating the style of self-portraits selfies in five cities across the world. Selfiecity investigates selfies using a mix of theoretic, artistic and quantitative methods:. In these grids, we have arranged the photos horizontally by head tilt; the vertical axis shows you if people look up or down. In addition, we can crop and rotate the photos to center on the faces:.
Children's Hurricane Recovery Camp
There may be no better time to be an American politician rebelling against business as usual. Filed March 15, , p. Senate race in and almost beat the incumbent in a Republican stronghold, without hiding his support for gun control and Black Lives Matter protests on the football field. Now 46, he still skateboards. In all, more than a dozen members of the group agreed to be named for the first time in a book about the hacking group by this reporter that is scheduled to be published in June by Public Affairs.
Mazzoleni is pleased to announce its forthcoming landmark exhibition of works by Alberto Burri, from 2nd October — 30th November, Burri was an undisputed master of twentieth-century art; his oeuvre brought a new language to Post-War art and his use of unconventional materials created a new aesthetic that paved the way for many younger artists. Early tactile collages in unconventional materials such as pumice, black tar and burlap, including Nero Catrame , Sacco e Rosso and Sacco Bianco e Nero transform the traditional definition of painting by employing a new language and giving life to hitherto unheard-of expressive results. An illustrated colour catalogue in English and Italian will be published especially for this exhibition.