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Part 1 of a MSRP 2008 graduate application panel consisting of:Paula Hammond - Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical EngineeringDava Newman - Professor, MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Director TPP, Department of Aero...
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“Let's Put On a Puppet Show!” is an afternoon event revolving around puppetry scheduled for Friday April 6. The event will be open to the public at large. Participants can make their own puppets (led by professional puppeteers, Tuckers' ...
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Part 2 of MSRP 2008 a graduate application panel consisting of:Paula Hammond - Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical EngineeringDava Newman - Professor, MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Director TPP, Department of Aero...
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A Very short history of toy Theatre as performed by Center for Advanced Visual Studies fellow John Bell. accompanied by: Trudi Cohen (visiting artist) on toy piano Jenny Romaine (visiting artist) on accordian Joe Zane (CAVS staff and...
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John Bell discusses his work as a creator of street spectacles with Bread and Puppet Theater, Great Small Works, and the Honk! Festival in Boston, New York, and other cities in North America and Europe. Street spectacle is one of the old...
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Transcript of press conference "Fueling America's Future" held at the National Press Club, Sept. 17, 2008. Guests: MIT President Susan Hockfield; David Bell '78, president, CEO and director of Intersil Corporation; Uma Chowdhry PhD '76,...
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CAVS fellow John Bell joins CAVS artists, staff and MIT students in the design, construction, and performance of the Great Small Works toy theater show, Definitely Maybe. Based on the novel of the same name by the acclaimed Soviet scienc...
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Oral history interview with Barry Vercoe, MIT Professor Emeritus of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, founding member of the MIT Media Lab, and computer music pioneer and composer. Interviewed by Forrest Larson and Christopher Ariza, MIT V...
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05/12/2009 4:00 PM 10"250Steven Chu, Secretary of EnergyDescription: The situation facing our planet could hardly be more dire: There's increasingly dangerous competition among nations for ever scarce energy resources, and climate chang...
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Turning Data into Narrative Panel: Emily Bell-Tow Center, Columbia University, Moderator; Dan O'Neil-Smart Chicago Collaborative; Kara Oehler-Zeega; Jonathan Stray-Associated Press; Laura Kurgen-Columbia University
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10/08/2010 5:30 PM MuseumDeborah G. Douglas, Curator, Science and Technology Collections, MIT Museum; Peter Moulton; Dick Williamson, '61, Phd '66; Erich Ippen; Richard M. Osgood, Jr.; Jeff HechtDescription: This group of luminaries...
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09/30/2010 6:30 PM 32"141Aaron Koblin, Abramowitz Artist in Residence, MITDescription: Where others see just data points and fodder for bar graphs, Aaron Koblin visualizes dynamic systems where information assumes forms both abstract and...
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