Earlier this year, eight local artists bonded with a group of scientists and researchers from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The unlikely pairing was brought about to better understand each other’s world and methodologies.
The meeting, which may be a catalyst for future breakthroughs in military technology, was part of a new initiative known as Tech-Arts.
The initiative is the brainchild of Joe Sciabica, executive director of the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patt, and Peter Benkendorf, founder of Involvement Advocacy. It came out of talks the two had while serving on an innovation council for the Dayton Development Coalition.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
St. Anne's Hill is a historic neighborhood, but that doesn't mean we're old fashioned! Check out this excerpt of an article from the Dayton Business Journal about our own Peter B. and the Tech-Arts project....
Photo by Joe Cogliano, DBJ
The past meets the future every day in St. Anne's Hill. So what are you waiting for?