Monday, July 17, 2017

Geometry Links - July 17, 2017

Geometry of theory space - conformal field theory, amplituhedron, and bootstrap physics

Best of Galaxies


4D Monkey Dust

Permutations of the 9 panel comic grid

Eirik Brandal - interactive electronic sound sculptures
Composition #11

Pufferfish geometers
hat tip Zann Gill
Editorial Comment:  Are crop circles made by invisible, terrestrial or aerial pufferfish?

Hannu Huhtamo light art photography

Detailed map of human brain “white matter"

Ten Fold Engineering
The Levers:
Demonstrator Unit:

Bast Cat Furniture

Benefit reception and screening of film to preserve Falmouth, MA Fuller Dome

The organization will hold a benefit reception and film screening on Saturday, August 5, to raise money for the project.

Ms. Nicole Goldman said that Mr. Fuller’s daughter, Allegra Fuller Snyder, who is nearly 90 years old, will be present at the event. Ms. Fuller Snyder is co-chairman and founder of the Buckminster Fuller Institute.

A cocktail reception will take place at the home of Catherine Cramer at 50 Buzzards Bay Avenue from 4 to 6 PM. A screening of “House of Tomorrow,” written and directed by Peter Livolsi, will take place at the WHOI Redfield Auditorium on Water Street at 7 PM. The screening will be followed by a question-and-answer period with Mr. Livolsi.

Tickets for the benefit reception cost $50 per person, and tickets for both the reception and film screening cost $75 per person. Those who attend the reception will receive preferred seating at the screening. Tickets for the film screening alone can be purchased through the Woods Hole Film Festival.

Those wishing to attend can make a reservation by e-mailing or calling Ms. Goldman at 978-505-5978.

Tickets are available through, or checks payable to The Dome for Contemporary Arts c/o ArtsFalmouth may be mailed to PO Box 136, Falmouth, MA 02541.

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