March 2nd, 2018
It has shaped up to be a very busy exhibition season this spring for Conquergood Creative. We are are out exhibiting automata and encouraging others to get started in the ways of automata.
Things kicked off with a very busy exhibition at the Ontario Science Centre as part of their Tech Art Fair, February 18th, 19th, and 20th. With the extra help of a few family members we were able to entertain some of the estimated 1500 visitors that weekend. Next we will be at a couple of carving competition shows and ultimately end up at the automation convention in New Jersey.
Here's our itinerary. We would love to have you drop in!
Brooklyn Carving Show - Saturday March 10th, Whitby
The Brooklyn Carving Club has their annual competition and show at he Heydenshore Pavilion, 589 Water St., Whitby, Ontario. The show will be attended by many regional carving clubs that will display some of their own work and work some of their own projects. We will have a display table of automata.
Wood Art in the Cities - March 17th and 18th, Waterloo
Wood Art in the Cities show is cohosted by the Grand Valley and Owls Nest carving clubs. The Canadian National Wildfowl Carving Championship is held concurrently in the same exhibition space, so their is lots to see. The show is in RIM Park recreation centre 2001 University Avenue East, Waterloo. 589 Water St., The show will be attended by some regional carving clubs that will display some of their own work and work some of their own projects. We will also have a display table of automata.
Science North MakerFest - Saturday April 14th, Sudbury
Similar to the event at the Ontario Science Centre, Science North is hosting a MakerFest/Tech Art Fair exhibition. Science North is located at 41 Ramsey Lake Rd, Sudbury. We will an educational, interactive display of automata for visitors to the centre as part of their exhibition. Should be lots of fun if you happen to be in Sudbury that weekend.
Automation - May 19th and 20th, Morristown, New Jersey
Automatacon is a convention for automata enthusiasts. It will be held at the Morris Museum in Morristown at 6 Normandy Heights Rd, Morristown, New Jersey. It attracts international visitors and some of the prominent automata artists from around the world. There a exhibits and panel discussions We will have a few meagre projects on display in the exhibitor area.
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Automata is a creative blend of my life interests , engineering, art and woodworking.