An InterPlanetary Make event, hosted by MAKE Santa Fe
Bring the whole family to Make Santa Fe’s free exhibit and maker event Interplanetary Space-Craft: Made on Earth on Monday, October 16th, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Make Santa Fe’s Studios.
Make Santa Fe artisans will showcase a range of experiments and inventions combining art, technology, and innovation. Alongside this provocative exhibit, visitors will have a chance to make some Space-Crafts themselves, by creating their own earth artifacts and designing and making objects that could be used on another planet.
Come and explore:
Sculptural Headwear for Earthlings
Jasmin Zorlu Millinery
Interplanetary Sand Storm Series
Liquid Light Glass
Advanced Manufacturing, The Built Environment and Human Habitation
Interactive Rocky Planets
ATD Fourth World New Mexico
21st Century Textiles
Voyage into the Mystic
August Muth Studio
Looking at the Sun without Glasses
Hubert van Hecke
Santa Fe Alliance for Science
The Identifiable Future: Managing Credentials during Space Travel and Beyond
ChromaChess™ The game of Chess as modern art
Frank Nichols Design
Ethics for Long-Term Space Travel
This event is part of a series of October events in the Santa Fe Institute’s ongoing InterPlanetary Project — a collaboration between the institute and several community partners, including Make Santa Fe. The project invites space enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds to engage with the pressing problems of today by imagining the challenges of tomorrow: What will it take to become an interplanetary civilization? How can humanity tackle the problems of today to prepare for its future?