Join the #NEWPALMYRA panel featuring Barry Threw from here, #NEWPALMYRA and Gray Area Foundation for the Arts. Also speaking is Dr. Dorotea Gucciardo, professor of history of medicine and director of research at Glia. We get an update from architect Annie Schneider hailing from Berlin. And, Jon Phillips has to find something to talk about… Continue reading #NEWPALMYRA Panel at Creative Commons Summit 2021
Fabricatorz Foundation not only features our projects but also our actions. And, we have two major ones that are taking place now from, September 2 until September 5, 2021 in St. Louis. Paint Louis 2021 Since we moved our base to St. Louis, we continued operations with the mindset that we must participate locally. The… Continue reading Paint Louis 2021 is a Living Work-In-Progress
Qiware today announced the release of the book, (Un)Locked: Memories of Wuhan, a collection of essays, poetry, fiction, photography, and drawings about life in Wuhan before and during the early days of the Covid19 pandemic.
Saint Louis, MO, USA — March 16, 2021 — The Fabricatorz Foundation, the St. Louis based non-profit supporting creative technologists, along with Glia Canada, the open source medical devices project founded by Canadian doctor and humanitarian, Dr. Tarek Loubani, are opening Glia USA to improve support for Open Source Medical Devices (OSMD) efforts in the United States of America.
ONG Records interviews Willpower LifeForce on his new album UnMasking The Illusion and lead video single WE R FREE BEINGS. Will has much to say on the current state of the world, but he is ok with how everyone lives.
Contributions come in many forms. Thanks to Vassili Pommier for using #NEWPALMYRA’s previous work to build his course work on and in the meantime, contribute changes back to the project.
Welcome to Voting Day, Earth. For our American friends, please vote as your decision effects the entire world. Over at Qiware, our team has been hard at work on the future of voting. Want to place your vote?
Our hosted project #NEWPALMYRA has been collecting photos online and searching flickr for tourist photos for years. UCSD Digital Media Lab used photogrammetry to reconstruct a new model of Palmyra’s Temple of Bel. Check it out. And, if you have a photo of Palmyra, visit the link below and share your image to rebuild history.
Here is a statement sent to Fabricatorz by John Harrington, Paint Louis co-founder and organizer.
O.N.G. interviews Head Dress, the moniker of Ted James Butler. Hailing from Providence and a long term residency in Los Angeles, Head Dress moved to Saint Louis where he continues his high rate of productive notable projects. From his ongoing podcast Norelco Mori to his upcoming release on Neologist Productions, the weather is nice outside to listen to Head Dress and catch up with Ted James Butler.