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junk to juice workshop photos

junk to juice workshop photos

This workshop took place on May 29th & 30th. It was presented by Subtle Technologies in partnership with the Sustainability Office and The Learning Zone at the Ontario College of Art & Design. The facilitator of the workshop was Hackett, the director of The Madagascar Institute. The workshop took place at OCAD: The Learning Zone

junk to juice: DIY power generation on the cheap

SUBTLE TECHNOLOGIES WORKSHOP Junk to Juice: DIY power generation on the cheap This workshop is presented in partnership with the Sustainability Office and The Learning Zone at the Ontario College of Art & Design Workshop Director: Hackett Director, The Madagascar Institute Workshop Dates: May 29th & 30th Workshop Location: OCAD: The Learning Zone Somehow, going […]

open source ecology

Factor e Farm One Room Schoolhouse from Marcin Jakubowski on Vimeo. Open Source Ecology is a movement dedicated to the collaborative development of tools for replicable, open source, modern off-grid “resilient communities.” By using [permaculture] and digital fabrication together to provide for basic needs and open source methodology to allow low cost replication of the […]

API: marko peljhan + matthew biederman

API:  marko peljhan + matthew biederman

Arctic Perspective highlights the cultural, geopolitical and ecological significance of the Arctic and its indigenous cultures. API aims to empower local citizens of the North via open source infrastructures, such as; data sharing, environmental monitoring, and communications technologies. In collaboration with the communities of Igloolik, Kinngait, Iqaluit, Mittimatalik and  Kanngiqtugaapik in Nunavut, Canada, and other Arctic communities, […]