Convening community means people together in unexpected conversations, to bridge ideas and problem-solving strategies.
*Shape human energy * Discover common ground * Form real connections
Big Theater for Small Humans
For babies, the world is full of things and concepts they’ve never encountered before. Their job is to sense with all their ways – to look and smell and listen and touch and taste – and start to put it all together. The Thingyverse is our name for this infinite world of discovery.
At Thingyverse Productions, we’re dedicated to creating high level theater for the smallest humans, with a focus on babies, 0-2.
“My little girl kept sticking her tongue out to taste the music.”
“And somewhere between the soak and the scrub, I’m hoping for a breakthrough.”
How To make art? It’s elemental
Clay, water, glass and light are ordinary materials that surround us. In these four videos, artist, entrepreneur and scientist Susie Lee takes a close look at each of these four materials and explains how they've inspired and embodied a whole host of creative works.
"When artists and engineers 'speed date,' what happens?"
Speed Dating / Dinner and a Movie / Getting’ It On
June – August 2012
The Project Room collaborated with artist Susie Lee to bring ten artists and ten technologists together for a spirited evening to investigate the nature of problem-solving. Participants engaged in speed-dating sessions, with dedicated chaperones eavesdropping on the dates and tweeting in real time.
Creators from diverse creative backgrounds thought about how problems and solutions in fields that often do not interact with each other.
Angel Soldier, 2015,Yee Park, Courtesy of SAM
"What we see tells us who we are; looking is never unbiased, never neutral."
Susie Lee shaped an evening event at Seattle Asian Art Museum that offered the chance to view a single work from the exhibition "Paradox of Place: Contemporary Korean Art," through multiple, nuanced perspectives, including a Communist writer, the ED of Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center, a conflict resolution guide, a ceramic artist, a jazz musician and a dancer.
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"The Softest Opening in history explores how far we can, and want to, go in discussing private things about art and life in a public setting."
Soft Power, Activated
Soft Power, Activated activated the University of Washington Jacob Lawrence gallery with gynocentric projects, intimate gatherings, performances and interviews. UW students and Seattle’s most dynamic cultural stewards came together to explore the transformative influence of women through pop culture, art and conversation.
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