Wearable Technology Workshops at The MOMA

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Wearable Technology Workshops at The MOMA

Former CRAFT writer and Eyebeam alum Diana Eng is currently teaching a weekly youth workshop series about wearable technology at The MOMA.

Can clothing that pleases the eye also please the ears? Can circuitry and sound push art and fashion further into the future? Participants in this workshop will produce wearable work that uses a little electricity to generate a lot of excitement!

The workshops meet Tuesday evenings through April 24th.
[via eyebeam]

2 thoughts on “Wearable Technology Workshops at The MOMA

  1. Ann | Workshop says:

    Looks as a great workshop! I wish I could attend it and get some more ideas for my workshops as well :)
    Ann Peters

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