Semi-finalists will be announced at noon today
Nearly half of the teams who submitted project ideas will be invited to develop full proposals, due Nov. 2. The list will be posted here at noon, and we will email submitters who provided contact information. Please note again: if you did not type your name and contact information into the GROCS submission form with your proposal or provide it via email, we don’t know who you are! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to identify yourself.
Thanks for Your Entries
GROCS reviewers are already screening more than 30 GROCS 2010 entries. Please check this website on or after October 9th for the list of semifinalists. Please note: we received several entries without contact information (geez, what a snafu!). If you did not actively type in your team members’ names, we don’t have them. Fear not – these projects will be reviewed without penalty. Please email email@example.com if you think we need names with your project description.
GROCS 2010 Schedule
Here it is– all the events and deadlines for the GROCS Fall Season. New activities this year: a CFP Kickoff Gathering in DL1 at lunchtime on Wed, Sep 16th. Come on over for a chance to chat with GROCS alums and GROCS staff members.
Also new: GROCS Proposal Workshops will replace the old GROCS Teas. Held at lunchtime on Wednesdays, these are opportunities for students to knock out ideas together, with feedback from GROCS staff.
Proposals Due October 1st!
Announcing the Yahoo! Boost Awards!
Yahoo! has generously granted the GROCS program an additional $1500. The Yahoo! Boost Awards will be distributed at the end of the GROCS winter semester to teams that can use it to continue their work, with priority given to uses that particularly further a collaborative component — especially if it is across GROCS teams. Thanks Yahoo!
Congratulations and Thank You!
A big hearty thank you to everyone who came out to support the 2009 GROCS teams at their Galery show. We had a great, engaging crowd on Friday for the opening and a steady stream of visitors throughout the week.
And an equally hearty congrulations to all of the teams! It is no small feat to bring a project from proposal to exhibition in less than a semester, and the fact that each of our six teams can come together and each present their work is amazing.
Thanks again and look for more posts documenting the “wraps” in further detail to come!
It’s Coming! GROCS 09 Exhibition Opening Friday, April 10!
Well, it has all been leading up to these. Join us this Friday, April 10 from 5 to 8 pm in the Gallery at the Duderstadt Center. See work representing all six teams participating this year, and get a chance to mingle with the creators. We have been consistently blown away by the breadth and range of this year’s teams, and are proud to show them off in this exhibition.
If you can not make it to the opening, the exhibit will be open until April 15th. The gallery is open and available for viewing Mondays through Fridays from noon until 6 pm.
Surface, Structure, Scale: Slowly Ambient Kinetic Pavillion Design Review 2
Between laser cutting aluminum diamonds and controlling LEDs through sound, check out all the progress on the Pavillon in their second design review!
Snare, Bass and “The 80’s” – GroupLoops Design Review 2
Getting ready for the Gallery opening next week has spurred GroupLoops to throw together a really exciting prototype – check it out in the footage of their design review!
Bright Lights, Big Progress – Design Review 2 for August 23
Helmets, wire maps and gallery design – check out the August 23, 1966 team in their second design review.
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