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Final Project Documentation: A.R.E.A.

Featured Image Short Description Operation AREA (Awesome Robot Enters Assemble) is an Urban Intervention project by John Choi where an advanced human-size mobile manipulator robot enters real-world educational environments to teach young children the basic principles of robotics. The hypothesis

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Final Project Documentation: A.R.E.A.

Featured Image Short Description Operation AREA (Awesome Robot Enters Assemble) is an Urban Intervention project by John Choi where an advanced human-size mobile manipulator robot enters real-world educational environments to teach young children the basic principles of robotics. The hypothesis

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A Teenie Studio, Final Project (prior: Hill District)

For my final project, I expanded the scope of interest from imagery of the Hill District to the Teenie Harris archive as a whole. Specifically, my focus became Teenie’s studio practice, which included a large set of photos in front

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A Teenie Studio, Final Project (prior: Hill District)

For my final project, I expanded the scope of interest from imagery of the Hill District to the Teenie Harris archive as a whole. Specifically, my focus became Teenie’s studio practice, which included a large set of photos in front

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Final Project Timeline: A.R.E.A.

Awesome Robot Enters Assemble (AREA) (formerly Giant Robots Advancing Secondary Schools (GRASS)) is a project where an advanced 3.5 foot human-size mobile manipulator robot for doing human-size tasks is deployed in a high school classroom to teach the basic principles

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Final Project Timeline: A.R.E.A.

Awesome Robot Enters Assemble (AREA) (formerly Giant Robots Advancing Secondary Schools (GRASS)) is a project where an advanced 3.5 foot human-size mobile manipulator robot for doing human-size tasks is deployed in a high school classroom to teach the basic principles

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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national racial segregation map by Dustin Cable (2013)

Dustin Cable, at the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, created a remarkably simple and powerful visualization of 2010 census data that shows racial population density and segregation in America. It simply paints one dot per person inside

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national racial segregation map by Dustin Cable (2013)

Dustin Cable, at the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, created a remarkably simple and powerful visualization of 2010 census data that shows racial population density and segregation in America. It simply paints one dot per person inside

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Theater of the Oppressed

Started in the 1980’s by Augusto Boal in Brazil, Theater of the Oppressed is now a worldwide movement that empowers communities to understand and respond to challenging social, economic, and political conditions through the catalyst of theater. The model of

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Theater of the Oppressed

Started in the 1980’s by Augusto Boal in Brazil, Theater of the Oppressed is now a worldwide movement that empowers communities to understand and respond to challenging social, economic, and political conditions through the catalyst of theater. The model of

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“Bhopal” by Bond Street Theater

bondst.org – via Iframely Bhopal uses theater to talk about a pesticide plant that exploded in Bhopal, India in 1984. The explosion killed over 2,500 people by sunset, making Bhopal “the largest peacetime gas chamber in history.” more…

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“Bhopal” by Bond Street Theater

bondst.org – via Iframely Bhopal uses theater to talk about a pesticide plant that exploded in Bhopal, India in 1984. The explosion killed over 2,500 people by sunset, making Bhopal “the largest peacetime gas chamber in history.” more…

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“Animal Land” by Lauren Strohacker and Kendra Sollars (2013-2015)

Artists Lauren Strohacker and Kendra Sollars gather information about native Arizona animals that are nearing premature extinction in the wake of humans in the desert. Animal Land began as a pop-up project that has now expanded into a long-term on-going

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“Animal Land” by Lauren Strohacker and Kendra Sollars (2013-2015)

Artists Lauren Strohacker and Kendra Sollars gather information about native Arizona animals that are nearing premature extinction in the wake of humans in the desert. Animal Land began as a pop-up project that has now expanded into a long-term on-going

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“On Journalism #2 Typewriter” by Julian Koschwitz

Literally taking on the notion of data being translated into a story, “On Journalism #2 Typewriter” writes the stories of those who died writing stories for us. The piece honors deceased journalists by writing what they never could’ve written for themselves. Using

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“On Journalism #2 Typewriter” by Julian Koschwitz

Literally taking on the notion of data being translated into a story, “On Journalism #2 Typewriter” writes the stories of those who died writing stories for us. The piece honors deceased journalists by writing what they never could’ve written for themselves. Using

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