Tag Archives : 2010


Mobile Quest

Mobile Quest is a week-long game design camp where 5th graders created games using smartphones. During Mobile Quest students stepped into the role of game designers: playing, analyzing and creating games for their peers to play. Campers worked with professional game designers to experience first-hand how to turn great ideas into great games using smart […]

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Bottled V.3

       Bottledproject’s fourth installment is Bottled V.3 in the WATER show at the Atlantic Gallery. Bottled V.3 focuses on the statistic that it takes 3 liters of wastewater to produce just one plastic liter bottle. The waves reference all the water lost to create each plastic bottle. The average four-person American family drinks […]


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Fashion Camp

Fashion Camp NYC was conceived as a space to bring together independent designers, wearable technologies, and industry professionals. Fashion camp is run in a modified bar camp style. Bar Camp style or “unconference” is the idea that all attendees participant in putting on the conference. Sessions run by participants and schedule the morning of the […]


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Bottled V.2

Photo by: Christine Dacruz The plastic bottle is a symbol of controversy It the first worlds it a status symbol of health and wealth paying 1,000 times more than for tap. In third worlds it is a one of the leading causes of pollution. In 2002, approximately 31% of soda bottles were recycled, while only […]


Green Group

On Saturday, April 24th, the redesign of the Bottled Project by the Green Group, an after school program at the Learning Community Charter School, was created in the Jersey City Museum Sculpture Satellite Space. The inspiration was the Empire State Building across the Hudson River. This lead to creating a city scape of the building […]

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ScrapCycle Workshop

  ScrapCycle (reUSE/reCOMBINE) invited artist Pollie Barden to host a special kid-friendly upcycling workshop:  “Upcycled Gaming” teaches children ages 10 and older to re-purpose colorful bottle caps and other everyday items as take-home board games.  Please bring a piece of refuse for reuse as the price of admission. The water bottle planters use a capillary […]