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save the date, march 1, 2014
Christie Digital Uses Projection Mapping to Bring a Building to Life
Projection mapping is an exciting projection technique that uses specialized software and other technologies to warp and blend projected images so they fit perfectly on irregularly-shaped “screens” such as buildings, interior spaces and natural landscapes.
Open house at the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS)! Experience first-hand what it was like to live in Medieval times. Try shooting the catapult, see medieval costumes and weaponry, try on actual chain mail, helmets, and the heavy weight of a sword! See members of the AZ Renaissance Festival in costume and a demonstration of Scottish Highland Dance!
Did you know there is a strong correlation between engaging in music and improved academic performance? It’s true! Some studies have shown that drumming can actually improve your academic abilities. Additionally, there are a number of mathematical principles that can be taught through the art of percussion. Whether you channel your inner Travis Barker, Phil Collins, or The Muppets’ Animal it’s all about having fun while learning.
Zone 3 | Bateman Physical Sciences A-wing; Wexler Courtyard
Ever wonder about the math behind juggling? Check out our juggling demos and learn how to juggle too!
Join us for a fun and exciting evening while we explore the Transborder Region through Film. We will offer educational activities for the entire family including, tours of Historic maps and art collections, face painting, and a scavenger hunt. The evening will include a special musical presentation and performance.
Laptop Orchestra of Arizona State (LOrkAS) is an experimental sonic art performance collective exploring the use of the laptop as ensemble instrument for musical expression. We are using this medium to develop new possibilities and skills in listening, improvisation, performance, composition, coding, and teaching, as well as adapting contemporary classical repertoire and 'classic' laptop orchestra works for our purposes. Visit the group's website at http://lorkas.org
LOrkAS will perform:
Time travel with us to the Renaissance. We'll attend a dramatic reading of a Shakespearean play, where audience members (known as "groundlings") become part of the action. Play a role! No experience or preparation required.