Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT) Announces Fall 2021 Grant Recipients
Hiroshi Ishii, head of the Tangible Media group, and Nataliya Kosmyna, a research scientist in the Fluid Interfaces group, have recently received grants from the Council for the Arts at MIT (CAMIT). The Council provides funding for arts projects with a special interest in supporting projects that engage the MIT community.
Ishii's grant will support the restoration of his SandScape project, which presents a tangible interface for designing and understanding landscapes through a variety of computational simulations using sand (for display in the new MIT Museum Collections Gallery).
Kosmyna's grant will go towards her NeuraFutures project: an in-person and online exhibition, a series of talk-demo days, and an online interactive experience showcasing the science and fiction of brain sensing and its role in the future.