Our waste could be the start of something beautiful and useful. Join us to consider the creative and innovative potential of trash. The Y.E.S. (Youth Educational Spacecraft) Project will land their mobile spaceship classroom built from repurposed and found objects by kids from the Tenderloin and Hunters Point. All Power Labs will show off their compact, automated system to turn wood chips into electricity. Plus, work on crocheting a rug from rags with Ramekon O’Arwisters, and make puppets and toy tops from objects others might throw away.
|Youth Education Spaceship|
|All Power Labs "Power Pallet"|
|UC Berkeley "Impulse" Solar Car|
|The Tinkering Studio|
|Peter Wagner's WhymCycles|
|5 Gyres Exhibits|
|Scrap SF: Hands-on art activities|
|Yes and Yes Designs|
Explorables at Trashformation
Tops come in all shapes and sizes. Use different building materials to see how they change the way in which your top spins. This classic game was one of Frank Oppenheimer's favorite activities.
Made from cups and other found materials, Cuppets are stick puppets that prompt the maker to explore the fundamental differences between animals. Have you ever wondered what makes a house cat different from a tiger?