The Cabot junior and senior classes would like to invite you to FLOW, an independently organized TED community event discussing the future of water. For the past month, students have been researching, writing scripts, designing visuals, and building props to create an evening that will be both educational and entertaining.
They will also be joined by the maker science class, which is incorporating elements of circuitry, design, and basic programming to create interactive sound sculptures that investigate themes of water usage and conservation. The audience is encouraged to poke, prod, and explore each sound sculpture to create unique sonic tapestries.
Teachers Darrin Dezotelle, Michael Hendrix, and Julia Hewitt hope you will attend on Friday January, 27th at 6:00 PM in the Cabot School Performing Arts Center.