news from RuBert Studios
RuBert Studios will be hosting PechaKucha #4 on Friday evening, September 23 to help raise money for Joplin Relief — and to give artists and creatives an opportunity to present their work and visit our private art studio.
PechaKucha Night started in Tokyo as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public and has turned into a massive celebration, with events happening in hundreds of cities inspiring creatives worldwide.
Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of “chit chat”, the upbeat format is based on a simple idea — 20 images x 20 seconds. This totals 6 minutes and 40 seconds to make a concise presentation, keeping things moving at a rapid pace, and allows the audience the chance to see wide variety of creative presentations in one evening.
Photographs from the Japanese Fall Festival 2010 in the Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garde…Read more
Kinetic Man sculpture by Russ RuBert is 23' tall and turning a gear on the side of the base will make his arms, legs move and head spin. The interactive sculpture was donated to Jordan Valley Park by the Southeast Rotary Club as part of K-Park, an interactive park designed…Read more
photo gallery of images taken at the 2010 Japanese Fall Festival
photographs from the C-Street Steampunk Loftwalk
Video by Russ RuBert of Sergey Tsygankov’s photo shoot of kids in the air.
Video of the mariachi hasta la vista party in the sculpture warehouse
photograph by Bob Linder Man of Steel Although soft-spoken and not known to leap tall buildings in a single bound, sculptor Russ RuBert is by many measures a Man of Steel. Those who demand proof for such super-hero claims need only look at RuBert's artwork, the multi-talented person behind the…Read more
After the last Walt Disney Children’s Arts Festival, the Kinetic Man was purchased from the State of Missouri by Southwest Rotary Club of Springfield. RuBert repaired and improved K-Man and worked with the Rotary Club, Springfield Greene County Park Board, and City of Springfield Public Works to install K-Man in…Read more
Kinetic Man interactive sculpture at the Walt Disney Children’s Arts Festivals.