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We are thrilled to have been published in a number of news sources:

Providence Monthly

We were interviewed by Vicki Warner, who writes the Providence Monthly art column.

Crowd Control: RISD students prepare to wow the legions at Burning Man


RISD XYZ Magzine

We are mentioned in John Maeda's article, "The Power of the RISD Way", on page 53 in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue.

John Maeda is the current president of Rhode Island School of Design and mentions us in reguards to his ideas about "artrepreneurship."


"Chelmsford Town Talk" Television Talk Show

See our interview on their site or at the top of this page:

Under: Public Access - Shows , Town Talk, May 23, 2012



Make Big Dreams Student Projects Page

Project Pinwheel

Our video and the scoop on who we are.



Rhode Island School of Design Website

Making a Mutant Vehicle

Entire news release about us plus one of our videos featured under RISD news!



Providence Journal Subterranean Blog

Kickstarter in R.I. -- the people's endowment for the arts

By Sheila Lennon

Mentioned in fourth paragraph


Chelmsford Independent Front Page

Online Title: Chelmsford resident fueling communal art project

Title in Print: Pinwheels propel design project

By Patrick Brewin/Correspondent
March 02, 2012

Burning Man Newsletter
Burning Man Update: The Jack Rabbit Speaks
Volume 16, Issue #15
February 28, 2012


"Josh Shiau, a student at Rhode Island School of Design, is taking part in a project to create and display a giant sculpture using 100% recycled materials and crowdsourced art from everyday people across the world.

Project Pinwheel, Shiau said, will be used as a statement on our commitment to a sustainable future and the power of community. The sculpture - an 'Art Car' which will serve numerous purposes including vehicle, shelter, and art - will be on display in the Burning Man (event) in Black Rock, Nevada.

https://bit.ly/w35ERm "

Chelmsford Patch Online News

Chelmsford High Grad Aims to Create Art, Care for Environment

Josh Shiau is a student at the Rhode Island School of Design and is participating in an ambitious project.

By Krista Perry

February 28, 2012






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