Oxford, OH; Kinetics Fest April 1st

The Oxford Kinetics Festival is coming up Sunday April 1, 12-3pm at Millett hall. Plans for this year are bigger and better, reaching out to the university, the town and the region, and we hope you will all be able to join us for a great time.

We are once again in need of volunteers to help turn the gears of the day! If you have students you can recommend to us, or if you would consider offering any sort of incentive to your students to participate, it would be a huge help.

Questions, please feel free to contact Jacob Tonski tonskij@muohio.edu or Rod Northcutt northcr@muohio.edu

 


The 2012 Oxford Kinetics Festival is happening April 1!
http://www.OxfordKineticsFestival.org

The Oxford Kinetics Festival is a celebration of creativity, community and movement. Human powered contraptions, monster bicycles and wearable sculptures compete for prizes in The Scramble, a parade-race-obstacle-course! Interactive and kinetic artwork are on display for all to enjoy! Robots invade, and mad scientists show off their inventions! Lots of activities for families: Happen, Inc’s ToyLab sets up shop for kids to design their own toys, a K’nex station, kinetic toys and more!

Open to the Public: Oxford Kinetics Festival Workshops!

Three days of help and tools to unleash your inner tinkerer.

Dates: Saturdays March 17th, 24th, and 31st all from 9 am – 4 pm
Location: Sculpture Studio in Hiestand Hall, 607 Maple Ave, ground floor
To Bring: ideas, sketches, bikes/wagons/carts that you may want to alter, Safety glasses if you have them
The Goal: to realize your fantasy contraption
http://www.OxfordKineticsFestival.org

OKF Poster 2012 8.5×11 with logos

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