PRINTING WITH BIOPAINT:
THIS EVENT IS PART OF THE NEW SCHOOL'S SCIENCE + ART + DESIGN WORKSHOP SERIES
Using naturally and artificially pigmented bacteria and user-generated designs, you will create living images and patterns and print onto paper and fabric.
Skills used in this workshop include: aseptic technique, environmental selection, and antibiotic “resist.”
The University Science Labs invite members of the university community to participate in a series of Science + Art + Design Workshops this fall. Workshops explore emerging technologies that impact our lives, communities, and practice. Each workshop introduces basic wet-lab skills using contemporary topics such as GMO testing, genetic engineering, and biopaint for sustainable fashion. Sessions range from 2-6 hours in length and take place in the University Science Labs. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome.
Sponsored by the Department of Natural Science and Mathematics, the Provost's Office, and Eugene Lang College at The New School.
Friday, November 18, 2016
6PM - 8PM
Sign up for the workshop HERE
Workshops are open to everyone.
Also participants can drop in and tinker with biopaint in Room 618 University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue
Thursday during conference breaks, 1-2pm and 5:45-6:45pm
Friday from 1-3 pm
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
THE NEW SCHOOL UNIVERSITY CENTER, RM 618, 63 5TH AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY
LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE
*We will inform you if we have reached capacity and add you to a waitlist!*