This is an environment for students to work on their existing project ideas that may fall outside the topic areas of existing classes. It is basically like an independent study with more structure and the opportunity for peer learning. This particular studio is appropriate for projects in the area of interactive art, programming and physical computing. There are required weekly meetings to share project development and obtain critique. Students must devise and then complete their own weekly assignments updating the class wiki regularly. They also must present to the class every few weeks. When topics of general interest emerge, a member of the class or the instructor takes class time to cover them in depth. The rest of the meeting time is spent in breakout sessions with students working individually or in groups of students working on related projects.
the objective of this web page is to follow the process of creation of a project that will look at Jewish life in NYC. there are many aspects of jewish life that are on the surface of the city, and then the ones that go deeper and deeper.
to pay attention and show in a creative way the subtle but obvious marks the jewish community has within NYC
Following the mezuzah is a way to start looking into the jewish marks that can be found throughout NYC. they are placed on many doors of the city, including businesses and residences. they mark a jewish establishment
observe mezuzot around NYC to create an artistic project to present them in an interesting way
I want to work with pictures of mezuzot and the door on which they are put on. I want to present my project in different ways: