The Social Beings Project Workshops
The Social Beings Project is a series of experiential workshops that facilitates an environment for growing the social side of being human. We pick up where rope courses, icebreakers, and trust falls left off. Together, we explore social tools and dive into the conversations we don’t often have in our everyday lives. Like how to be honest but not mean? How to communicate when feeling angry? How to quiet your crazy thoughts? How to build trust? And how to just be you. Combining modern research, collective wisdom, evidence-based techniques, and improv comedy games, we’ll explore, practice, and apply the art of social connection in a fun interactive way.
danger!awesome is a fabrication studio that brings high-tech tools, fun events, and creative possibilities to the everyday person. We are located at the nexus of some of the most trafficked transit lines in Greater Boston—right in Central Square, Cambridge—and we’ve been serving the community for the last 4 years. Families, teachers, artisans, and experienced designers alike use danger!awesome to design and fabricate their own projects with our equipment: 3D printers, laser cutters, a CNC router, vinyl cutters, as well as wood-working and embedded electronics tools. This work, and the socioeconomically diverse neighborhood in which we do it, is one of the most important aspects of economic development and educational equity of the 21st century.
If you have any question on this experience, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.