Rosa Weinberg is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based artist and licensed architect who creates functional objects that are activated by viewer interaction. Her sculptures, wearables, and pedagogical projects have been presented in diverse contexts, including Boston Fashion Week, the Whitney Museum of Art and Lincoln Center Outdoors and have been publicized on NPR and Mashable. She is currently developing Spacewalk, a public artwork supported by the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority and Cambridge Arts Council, and collaborating with Heidi Latsky Dance to develop sculptural wearables for forthcoming performances of ON DISPLAY.
Weinberg received a BSc in Environmental Policy with Economics from the London School of Economics and an M.Arch from the Yale School of Architecture. She is currently a Coach and Director of Studio Development at NuVu, a full-time innovation school for young minds in Cambridge, MA.
She maintains a small studio where she creates urban installations and piñatas, and with her collaborator Laura Zittrain, architectural wearables and sculpture. They currently have a residency at the Autodesk BUILD space in Boston. She is on the organizing committee for Boston Tech Poetics and the advisory board for the Children's Museum mini-Maker Faire.
See here for her teaching portfolio.