Rebecca Grabman loves to take things apart, put them back together, break them, and occasionally fix them. Her formal education background is in interactive media (BA, Bennington College) and Entertainment Technology (MET, Carnegie Mellon), but she also works in fibers, printmaking, and whatever she can get her hands on. Her current studio-based project is the restoration and eventual hacking of an early 1900s player paino. She manages the makerspace across from Radiant Hall Nova Place, at Children's Museum of Pittsburgh.
Nova Place, Current