Show your ingenuity by creating a digital design that solves a problem and is meant to be worn!
This exhibition, a partnership between GoggleWorks Center for the Arts and Penn State Berks Launchbox, is a celebration of the ingenuity of makers everywhere. It also provides the opportunity for the Berks community to better understand the digital making process and the endless world of possibilities it presents.
About Penn State Berks LaunchBox
Berks LaunchBox is a unique partnership with Penn State Berks which brings to GoggleWorks a maker space with fabrication tools for businesses, artists, and the community, as well as curricular courses through Penn State and a dynamic co-working space. The Berks LaunchBox offers accelerator programs, entrepreneurship workshops, co-working space for startups, a maker space with equipment for prototyping, and meetups focused on business development.
Located in the former Wilson Goggle Factory building, GoggleWorks is the largest center of its kind in the country. The five-story, 145,000-square-foot complex features seven large teaching studios in ceramics, hot and warm glass, metalsmithing, photography, printmaking, and woodworking; 35 juried studios for artists and makers working in a variety of mediums; and dozens of music, arts, and other cultural organizations. The complex also includes several major exhibition galleries, a 131-seat theatre, a restaurant, and retail space featuring the works created on site and beyond. Admission and parking are always free.