Bill Bywater sculpts his take on ReMake the Holidays.

Remake the Holidays - Sound -, a set on Flickr.Some more ReMake to bring in the New Year! May you ReMake 2013 from NYSCI!
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Remake the Holidays - Sound -, a set on Flickr.

Some more ReMake to bring in the New Year! May you ReMake 2013 from NYSCI!
Bill Bywater’s tool talk #ice #sculpture #remake  (at New York Hall of Science)

Bill Bywater’s tool talk #ice #sculpture #remake (at New York Hall of Science)

Bill Bywater #ice #sculpture #remake  (at New York Hall of Science)

Bill Bywater #ice #sculpture #remake (at New York Hall of Science)

LIGHT/SOUND/PAPER/WATER: ReMake your idea of Holiday fun

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December 27 – 30, 2012; noon – 4 pm

Bend, twist, light, sculpt and taste a new version of the holiday season. Workshops, demos, artist installations and food science explorations will present a wide variety of ways to engage and leave your mark on the holidays at NYSCI. Each day of ReMake the Holidays will focus on a different theme. Most activities are free with NYSCI admission. Some projects require a small materials fee.

More info: http://www.nysci.org/visit/events/event/remake2012

A three-minute lookback at just a few of this year’s World Maker Faire highlights. See more in our photo pool here.

Trapped in awe by the Life Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

It’s true, the Sashimi Tabernacle Choir is a real thing

If you haven’t seen the Sashimi Tabernacle Choir, well, you should take a moment, right now…and…see it. Then, come to World Maker Faire this weekend in NYC and see it in person.

This award winning art car from Houston has 250 electromechanical singing fish and lobsters, 300 pounds of batteries, a Linux netbook to coordinate all the singers, and more than 5 miles of wire in the control system. “Quiet please, this is serious.”