Cabs Event a Button-Smashing Hit

On April 7th, over 100 people, including students, faculty, the Dean of Arts, local artists, friends, family, and people off the street attended the launch of the “Cabs of Curiosity” at the CML. This was the first event in our new home at 158 King Street West in Kitchener. As luck would have it, the Fine Arts Department was also showcasing work from its Tech Arts class right next door at the Artery Gallery. The cabs event was a smashing success, and combined with the Artery show, it gave people a taste of what should be happening on King Street on a Thursday night. This is why we came downtown.

Yes, English students can work with electronics.

Yes, English students can work with electronics.

And English students can make up new words -- or at least steal them.

And English students can make up new words -- or at least steal them.

And English students can paint ... their thumbs.

And English students can paint ... their thumbs.

Maybe we do need a bigger space after all.

Maybe we do need a bigger space after all.

A game that plays cybernetic language games? FUN!!!

A game that plays cybernetic language games? FUN!!!

A game that isolates you <i>inside</i> the cabinet. What could that mean?

A game that isolates you inside the cabinet with a social media overload. What could that mean?

A game with interactive coin slots. Is this rated PG?

A game with interactive coin slots. Is this rated G?

Finally, a game with a human processor. Er, is that an iPad?

Finally, a game with a human processor. Wait, is that an iPad?