Exhibited 3 looks at the Spartanburg Art Museum in February learn more about the experience on the Spartanburg Art Museum’s website.
Few things better than seeing people who you’ve spent time with go on to do amazing things. I was able to attend the opening of the Clemson Maker Space in early March 2015. Owen was one of the young people I’ve worked with who benefited from the iT2Pi program in the early years. He built a RepRap 3D printer from scratch when he was 16 with our help. He has now gone on to be one of the co-founders of the Clemson Maker Space on campus and recently received a 65K infusion to help build it further. Learn more about it here. ((SO PROUD OF HIM!))
Demonstrating Robot Arms, 3D printers and DIY microcontrollers with Greenville County School students with friends at ECPI Greenville learn more here
I organized, secured the funding and ran the Greenville Art Bike parade and Rodeo with friends from Art 120 out of Chattanooga TN at the first Greenville SC, iMAGINE Upstate Festival. The event was preceded by 5 other events, with the main event attracting aproximently 7,000 people. The event was partially funded by Greenville Metropolitan Arts Council
As one of the co-founders of the non-profit iT2Pi, introduction to technology to programming inventors, I organized, publicized and participated in iT2Pi expos in 2014 and 2015 at Furman University learn more about iT2Pi at www.it2pi.org
Showing some interactive art at the Travelers Rest Arts Association at Hotel Domestique. Interactive sound installation (not pictured) also on display summer of 2013