Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

Drinking Waters @North

With the idea that artworks help us understand complicated systems by turning them into objects of contemplation and beauty, Berkeley artist Todd Gilens created a group of silkscreen prints based on the water supply of Bay Area cities. The work is part of Gilens’ multi-year project about streams, ecology and water infrastructure and was funded by the Berkeley Arts Commission.

Join him for an overview of his work in the mountains, a description of the images and printmaking process, and a discussion of how art may help us live in a complex world.

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Fixit Clinic @Claremont

Come fix your broken stuff with support & guidance from volunteer & staff fixers!
Bring: broken electronics, small appliances, clothes, toys, etc. for assessment, disassembly, and possible repair. Tools provided by volunteer fixers.
Please fill out this form to let our fixers know what you’ll be bringing

Special thanks to Berkeley Ace Hardware, The Ecology Center, and Fixit Clinic for their support and volunteer/material contributions to this event.

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Learn By Doing: Easy PC-Building Workshop @Central CMR

Want to learn how a PC works? Ever wonder what goes on inside that box, but were too afraid to crack it open and see? This is your chance to learn!
We will be holding a 2-week, 7-hour workshop where we show you how to build a PC from scratch and install an operating system!! (Some basic computer
experience is recommended)

Location: Community Meeting Room, Central Library 3rd Floor

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