RIMOSA is running STEAM programs at Kingston Hill Charter School all this month. Students have invented Rube Goldberg inspired Marble Roller Coasters and created sculptures that light up with LED lights! Later this month, students will create site specific art based on Andy Goldsworthy.
Children and families had a blast with RIMOSA’s Flight Tube this past Saturday, 10/11/2014 at RI Mini Maker’s Faire in Providence. Using paper plates, string, tape, pom poms, ribbon, and other found materials, visitors created flying sculptures. While some visitors challenged their skills to create structures that would hover inside the tube, others created beautiful […]
RIMOSA educator Dawn Temple, is inspiring students in our Artists and Inventors/ Providence After School Alliance (PASA) class this fall at Roger Williams Middle School in Providence. Students are learning about famous artists who are innovators not only in art but in science as well; for example, Leonardo DaVinci, Brunelleschi, Goldsworthy, Fuller, and more. After […]
RIMOSA was complete success at WaterFire! We displayed our Zoetrope animation machine, colored spot lights and shadow sculptures for over 100 visitors. Not only did they learn about RIMOSA and our programs, but also had a lot of fun creating simple animations and playing with colored shadows.
This Fall RIMOSA is busier than ever – we have programming every day after school from mid-September through November! We are delighted to partner for the first time with “Aligning the Learning Day” (ALD) at two schools in Cranston and one in Coventry – where we will be offering a wide variety of our outreaches for their afterschool […]
Ever wonder what RIMOSA would look like when we finally build our site? Paste this link (http://youtu.be/xJXyMK-Qcm8) into your web browser to see a short movie of our installation at Brown University this past March. We took over a small gallery for a day. Imagine what we could do with more space and time!
We’ve been making lots of great, glowing sculpture in our Electric Dough outreaches. It’s a challenge – the participants have to complete circuits as well as create interesting designs. If you’d like to see some of what the students have done, check out our facebook page! (there is a link button at the top right of […]