Month: October 2022
Cyfest at Emerge
CYFEST-14: Ferment As part of Emerge: A Festival of Futures, 2022 Arizona, United States DatesNovember 14-20, 2022 Venue ASU MIX Center50 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ 85201 Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00
Leonardo LASER ASU-CYLAND: Fermentation
LASER ASU-CYLAND: FERMENTATIONChaired by Jenny Strickland LASER ASU-CYLAND: Fermentation will take place at the Emerge Festival in Mesa, Arizona. This year’s festival explores our relationship with food and what that will
Citizen Science Kits at Your Library!
Learn about how pollinators are essential to our food supply system, observe mosquito larvae, assess air quality and more!
Improv Comedy and Food Futures
Pixel Plate is a shiny new kitchen appliance that can 3D print your food! Just enter your meal ticket, and a warm meal will be ready in minutes. Choices include
Film Futures: Film Festival Screening
Bountiful Future Food Feast Exhibition
Festival attendees can learn ceramic techniques from Mesa Arts Center’s ceramic teaching artists and will be invited to make items depicting the future of food! Work created by both artists
Join MABEL, the Mobile Art-Based Engagement Lab, in the pursuit of experimental storytelling and mapping. The trek of a lifetime, vegetables have quite a journey from farm to table. Where
The Future Taste of Water
What will our water taste like in the future? In this interactive exhibit, you will use your senses to explore –and shape– the future of our drinking water.
Sensory Kinship of the Third Kind
Sensory Kinship for the Third Kind is an artistic research project that engages in creative production through multi-sensory engagement with mushrooms. At Emerge, we will be exhibiting some of our
Fridge 2100 aims to paint unique pictures of our future and aspires to be an interactive experience. Don’t be fooled; despite Fridge 2100 looking quite “vintage” it actually gives its
This team of advanced sculptors and grad students from ASU explores a series of iterations on the theme of “Table”. Vessels for Table Universe!The seven vessels represent food, family, and
The current food system is facing great challenges from decreases in freshwater resources and arable lands, climate change, limited and unequal access to local fresh produce, and certainly not ready
Futures In Ink
This booth will provide a hands-on experience for attendees to use natural, sustainable homemade inks to contribute to a large-scale community drawing/Installation that will be displayed on the Mesa Arts Center railing system. The paper shapes used in this drawing project reflect key elements of Arizona State University students’ research about the futures of our oceans, energy, housing, education, and food. Brigham Young University art students will be managing the booth and assisting interested community members in participating in the drawing installation. ASU students will be on hand to share their futures-oriented research findings with a focus on the Phoenix/Mesa area.