1000 Fingers of Decision comes to Manhattan!

VISIT

March 1 – April 30, 2017 at ARTech: 451-459 West 14th Street NYC

Wednesday and Thursday 3pm – 7pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10 – 6pm.

Free entry and lots to experience for kids and families!

Please visit ARTech online to reserve a space.

EVENTS:

Panel discussion at SoHo House – April 21 @ 6:30 pm8:30 pm

CAN WE TALK ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE? A conversation between three artist-scientist pairs about their work and where we stand on the eve of Earth Day 2017.\

Moderated by : Sruthi Pinnamaneni and all the ACCESS Artist and Scientists will be there!

 

ABOUT THIS PROJECT:

If you missed the last premiere version of 1000 Fingers of Decision (see last post) at the New York Hall of Science.  Come see this made for this space RE-DO version of 1000 Fingers of Decision, bringing kids and families through some of the choices we can make in the face of Climate Change. The project features, many questions, fingerprinting opportunities and a great video bringing you through several relevant choices, and starring the wonderful cast of the NYSCI original project (Vienna, Steve, Isaiah, Nicholas and Athena, See below).
Produced by the New York Hall of Science, with Professor of Bio-ethicist, Matthew Liao as part of ACCESS Artist Scientist Collaborations, the piece is now included in ARTech – The whole show is for kids. 451 -450 West 14th Street.
It’s Free, but must go online to get a space: https://artech.splashthat.com/

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