MAPSpace: miranda arts project space
Alchemical Tech had a fabulous time at Maker Faire NYC this past weekend. As usual it was a packed and thrilling event. Check out the FB page here for images from the weekend, and thanks to all who came out!

Thanks to Andrew Terranova for his article about Alchemical Tech Alchemy and Artistry, on Makezine.

The Oak Gall Grant Project is in progress- at the first meeting with the amazing artists on September 7 we made ink and discussed the nature of collaboration. I am still busy collecting oak galls. The project will culminate in a December exhibition at MAPSpace. The project is funded by a grant sponsored by NYSCA and ArtsWestchester. Check out the collaborations page here for info- and see the artists progress at our FB page. here

Saturday, September 13 was the wonderful performance of A Tide of a Memory, a participatory video installation, with our residency artists, Bahar Behbahani, Negar Behbahani, Maciek Schejbal. Check out the residency page here for info. It was a beautiful event- videos and pics to be posted soon. You can see images on our FB page here

I recently curated an exhibition called STEAM! Art, Science and Technology
at ArtsWestchester See the catalog here
Exploring the intersections of science, technology, engineering, math and creativity. STEAM! brings a reflective and often transformational perspective to our complex world through the open-ended, questioning language of art.

The NY Times reviews STEAM! STEAM Art, Science and Technology. Read the article here

Makezine features STEAM! in the Aug. 14th article, "STEAM Art, Made by Makers," by the wonderful Nick Normal! Read it here.

Visit patriciamiranda.com space for more info about Patricia's work.

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