7,220 DAYS:A MUSEUM OF HENRY

Erin’s Letter

  I know you don’t know me, but I wanted to reach out to you. To let you know how Henry still impacts my daily life even nearly five years after his death. And how I suspect he always will. I don’t presume to have known him that well, but[…]

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Mary’s Letter

Most days I try to write a note to David. It’s just a journal of jumbled thoughts , tears, and what you might call prayers. Today I will write to you. Dear Henry, We all miss you so much. We haven’t forgotten your special intellect, your joy in life ([…]

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2017 Henry Armero Award Showcase

On Friday October 13th, 2017 Carnegie Mellon’s BXA Program hosted the annual showcase of the Henry Armero Awards for Inclusive Creativity in the Great Hall of the College of Fine Arts. During the event the award winners presented the projects they have been working yet again proving the eclectic interests[…]

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2017 Henry Armero Award Winners

Here are the winners of the 2017 Henry Armero Award:         Elizabeth Agyemang – BFA, Art with an additional major in Professional Writing In Neighborhood Pen Pals, personal narratives are the bridge between community engagement and social activism. The piece exists in the form of a subscription[…]

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Henry lives again (in a Murakami video game)

If you miss Henry, read Haruki Murakami and play video games (which I admit might be a small subset) you are in for a treat because Henry makes an appearance in the game MEMORANDA. Memoranda is a point and click game with very simple mechanics that is based on Murakami’s[…]

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4AH – Remembering Henry

Four years later and it still seems barely credible. Personally I am amazed how life goes on which such obstinate normalcy. Henry’s friends, brothers and sister get older, the world turns, seasons pass, new art, books, movies and games come into being which he will never see, almost as if[…]

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2016 Henry Armero Award Showcase

On September 30th, 2016 Carnegie Mellon’s BXA Program hosted the annual showcase of the Henry Armero Awards for Inclusive Creativity. During the evening the award winners presented the projects they have been working on at the Miller Gallery on campus. It was a thrill to enjoy the hugely varied but[…]

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THE 2016 HENRY ARMERO AWARD WINNERS

The Sentient Street – Audrey Banks, BFA, Art The Sentient Street is a public art installation and performance in which a hundred objects in a public space are inhabited by individual personas that interact with the general public. By layering a fantastical anthropomorphized world of sentient objects over mundane environments,[…]

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The Rocket Scientists’ Thanksgiving

  Almost exactly four years ago Henry and his friends Alex Hofer and Tyler Chapin, all high achieving physics and computer science prodigies, freshmen at Carnegie Mellon University, missed the bus home to New York from Pittsburgh for Thanksgiving. The official story was that the bus from campus took too[…]

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