Water Marbling- Ebru Art
by Dilek Demirors
Marbling is the art of creating colorful patterns by sprinkling and brushing color pigments on a pan of oily water and then transforming this pattern to paper.
Hand Craft and Stone Painting
by Reyhan Akbas
Can hand made stone painting be your next hobby? Unplug from technology world for a while and make some art connection.
by Boys & Girls Clubs of Lodi/Hackensack
WaterBotics is an innovative, underwater robotics curriculum that can be used in traditional classroom settings or in after-school and summer camp programs. Team of students work together to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made of LEGO® and other components. Students engage in a series of design challenges or "missions" that gradually increases in complexity and ultimately leads to a fully functional underwater robot capable of maneuvering in a three foot deep pool. This introduces students to the concept of iterative design and demonstrates the value of testing and redesign.
by Thomas Edison Energy Smart C School
Sumo is a traditional Japanese style of wrestling. The wrestlers try to push each other out of the ring. Well, Thomas Edison Robotics will not match you up against a real Japanese Sumo wrestler, but you could have some fun building and programming some model RoboSumo wrestlers.
by Michael Franchino
We will be showcasing 3D printing and also allow participants to create mini light sabers.
Repousse:The Art of Metal Working
by Lisa Miller
Use the elements and principles of design to create a piece of Repousse Art. With a square of .36 gauge metal you will create patterns and texture using both ends of a pencil as your tool. Due to the soft, malleable quality of the metal it is easy to manipulate. Add further design with oil based sharpies.