May 6, 2018
5:15 PM

EG 2018 Day 3 Recap

The final EG 2018 Session 6: Entertainment Sciences kicked off Saturday morning with Rebecca Eaton and Katherine Cooper sharing their humor and endearing mother-daughter journey. Next, ILM icon John Knoll fascinated us with his technical rebuild of a key innovation in movie making that made Star Wars possible. Then, Mike Zimmerman electrified the EG audience with the challenges and potential solutions now facing the next generation of battery production. Following that, Theodore Gray enlightened us in the world of material science and how having physical models help us learn. Next, EG regular Philip Sheppard charmed the EG community with his beautiful looping cello music and entertaining anecdotes before Acrobatic Conundrum (with ETHEL) brought EG 2018 to a climactic close with an amazing acrobatic performance.  Thank you to everyone who made EG 2018 happen this year! 

We cannot wait to gather with you all again next May!

Cover Photo by: Nadejda Vlaeva

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