Teach Art and Technology using Projection Mapping Technology, Artist Development, and Design


Created a workshop called Mappathon™ in collaboration with an artist and educator, Scott Fitzgerald, founder of Garagecube, Boris Edelstein, and an artist, Ilan Katin, in 2013. It remixed the traditional hackathon and a variety of projection mapping and LED mapping workshops for creative minds of every level. It is a hands-on, problem-based, fast-paced momentum learning that uses four stages of the design development process of “Discover, Define, Design, and Develop” closely with the students. I developed different types of workshops, Mappathon™, LED Mappathon™, Interactive Mappathon™, and Mappathon™ for kids as STEM education, to teach students from diverse backgrounds in several states in the USA, Europe, South America, and Japan.

New York Hall of Science, Columbia University, School of Visual Arts, Hunter College, International Center of Photography, Ramapo College. The University of North Texas, Digital Hollywood Tokyo,NYU-SCPS, Universidad del Desarrollo, Mapping Festival, Mod Festival, Mappi Festival, Mega Design.Projection-Mapping Association of Japan, CultureHub, Made in Media Center by IFP, Austin School of Film,
Google, Huge.

Mod Festival, Reverse Gallery, CultureHub, Projection Mapping Association of Japan, CC4AV.

Mapping Festival, Eyebeam, Reverse Gallery.

New York of Hall of Science, Paseo Festival, Egleston Winter Festival.

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