Tell Your (Create + Code/Make) Story

Every business begins as an idea, an opportunity seen, capture, grown. Each textile or creation of a human germinates in the same way and is brought into reality by the maker or makers. Which is why The Fiber Festival of New England, co-produced by the Eastern States Exposition and the New England Sheep & Wool Growers Association, is so interesting. It’s been 7 years since the event began and each year it has grown. What makes this gathering different is it’s all indoors with the professional amenities at ESE (home to The Big E.) The timing in November is just right, too.

Sweitzers’s Fiber Mill LLC, left to right, Lilly, Jason, Heather and Brook Sweitzer, vendor from Seven Valleys, Penn., at The Fiber Festival of New England, 2017 edition.

To see the economic impact of creative people for a region, here’s the link to a feature story and the original report.

“An idea can turn to dust or magic, depending on the talent that rubs against it.” – Bill Bernbach

At the “intersection of art and technology” (and creativity is ENESS), a multimedia design studio combining light, software, interaction design, design, architecture, for “outcomes that are often unexpected.” (Anyone who makes things can relate to unexpected.)

Creative people are good for a community in surprising ways. This is MÖBIUS from ENESS on Vimeo.

The company pioneered the art of 3D projection mapping and interactive real-time motion tracking in theater and extreme sports. Resulting work is exhibited worldwide.

“Science is about knowing; engineering is about doing.” – Henry Petroski