Local artists Larry Moss and Kelly Cheatle will talk on Saturday, October 10th at 7 PM, at the Rochester Makerspace, about how Making has the power to build, unite, and transform communities.
They will share tales of their adventures in making with communities around the world, talk about their upcoming project in Rochester, and share insights that might help other makers, from concept creation, to managing teams, to crowdfunding. If you are a maker or have wondered what the whole maker movement is about, join us for a fun talk and follow-up discussion.
Larry and Kelly are the owners of Airigami and they make amazing balloon sculptures and installations that are often incredibly large and ambitious. One example is the five story tall Jack in the Beanstalk (video) that was built in Rochester’s Sibley Tower. Another is Elastic Park Acrocanthosaurus that was made for The Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, VA.
This talk is free and open to the public, like most of the events at the Rochester Makerspace.