[Noisebridge-discuss] Fwd: [dorkbotsf-blabber] Palo Alto Art Center looking for female, tinkering teacher

Adam Munich adam at aperture.systems
Sun May 17 01:28:34 UTC 2015


Ladies,

Want to teach tinkering? The Palo alto arts center is looking for a
fem-hacker!

Cheers,
-Adam
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From: "Catherine Ray" <rinray1 at gmail.com>
Date: May 16, 2015 9:19 AM
Subject: Fwd: [dorkbotsf-blabber] Palo Alto Art Center looking for female,
tinkering teacher
To: "Adam Munich" <adam at aperture.systems>
Cc:

Know anyone who might be interested?
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From: "Susan Holmes" <susanatstat at gmail.com>
Date: May 16, 2015 7:54 AM
Subject: Fwd: [dorkbotsf-blabber] Palo Alto Art Center looking for female,
tinkering teacher
To: "Rin Ray" <ray.catherine.e at gmail.com>
Cc:

Hi Rin,
Any interest in tinkering?
Susan

Susan Holmes
Professor, Statistics and BioX
Director, Mathematical and Computational Sciences
102, Sequoia Hall,
390 Serra Mall,
Stanford
http://www-stat.stanford.edu/~susan/


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From: Nancy Blachman <nancy at googleguide.com>
Date: Fri, May 15, 2015 at 11:38 PM
Subject: Fwd: [dorkbotsf-blabber] Palo Alto Art Center looking for female,
tinkering teacher
To: Joshua Zucker <joshua.zucker at gmail.com>, Jessa Lee <jessahlee at gmail.com>,
Emily McCullough <emily.m.mccullough at gmail.com>, Zandra Vinegar <
ch3cooh at alum.mit.edu>, David desJardins <david at desjardins.org>, Susan
Holmes <susan at stat.stanford.edu>, Jane Manning <jmanning at gmail.com>, Lori
Beraha <l_beraha at hotmail.com>


Can you suggest any women for this position?


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From: Amanda Klimek <amandart at gmail.com>
Date: Tue, May 12, 2015 at 2:10 PM
Subject: [dorkbotsf-blabber] Palo Alto Art Center looking for female,
tinkering teacher
To: dorkbot <dorkbotsf-blabber at dorkbot.org>


Forwarding this, which was sent to me through my art group. I currently
also teach at Palo Alto Art Center ( ceramics) and can vouch that it is an
awesome place to work. If interested, please reply to the contact in the
below paragraph and not to me, thx!


"Hi, Would you know of any women artist/engineers interested and available
to teach summer classes in the first two weeks of August at the Palo Alto
Arts Center? It's $1600 to teach 4 classes. I really wanted to teach the
classes and to be in CA, missing friends so much! But my PhD
studies/symposium around this time will be too much. And there was an offer
to stay in Mountainview, but it fell through.
I really would like to have another woman to teach the classes as it took
so long to get girls interested in the class. Descriptions are below, but
feel free to use the descriptions to fit the teacher's interests. Materials
list is due this week but I can send that in. Also I can send curriculum to
the teacher. The main component is the battery and motor and teaching
thinking about invention and how things work. No kits, everyone's project
is unique. Can be instrument-building too, teaching about sound. I've done
this in the past. Most materials are recycled, free, that the Art Center
collects. Lots of playing with hot glue--volunteers help kids with this.
Also they have a lot of cool materials in the basement including the
motors. Please let me know and I can pass a teacher's name along to Palo
Alto Arts Center, thanks!

Feel free to have any one interested call me with questions: 212-300-7970 (on
East coast time).
Andrea

PALO ALTO ARTS CENTER--- first two weeks in August through 14th 2015
Tinkering: Moving Art –Ages 5-6yrs Contraptions, kinetic art, do-hickeys
and thing-a-ma-bobs. This fun class will teach students basic mechanical
principles, safe use of tools, and above all inventiveness. A safe and fun
way for your girl or boy to learn basic skills and develop confidence.
Instructor is an accomplished kinetic artist.
Basic Electronics for Moving Art—Ages 10-13yrs We'll put things in motion
with batteries, motors, magnets, and more. Students will learn how to make
simple circuits for kinetic art and invention. A wonderful variety of
materials and tools will be used to construct with and explore. Instructor
is an accomplished kinetic artist.
Art & Engineering—7-9yrs Engineer art that moves. Learn how to build
working kinetic sculpture using a wide variety of great materials. Kids
will learn basic mechanical principles, safe tool use and especially
innovative thinking. Instructor is an artist and engineer."

-- 
Amanda Klimek
www.amandaklimek.com

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