Camila Friedman-Gerlicz

Camila Friedman-Gerlicz received an MFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2018, and an MA in math from the University of Texas, Austin in 2012. She combines her love of math and ceramics by using 3-D modeling and digital fabrication tools to make sculptures and installations that visualize mathematical formulas and concepts.

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Camila's Upcoming Workshops

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    Open to All

    Students of any skill and knowledge level.

Aug 8 - 12, 2022
9AM-5PM

Exploring Form and Surface With Technology and Clay

Camila Friedman-Gerlicz

Tuition $1,095
Code C1016-22

This introductory workshop explores alternative methods to combining digital technologies with clay creation. Students have the opportunity to learn and implement approachable technologies as they translate complex digital designs to clay objects. The Computer Aided Design (CAD) program Rhino is used to make 3-D models which can be unrolled into 2-D patterns and then cut out of clay slabs and assembled. Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop are also used to make 2-D designs, patterns, stamps and stencils that can be transferred onto clay objects using the laser cutter, vinyl cutter, 3-D printer, or just an exacto knife. Students are encouraged to experiment, play and push their own practice forward. They can expect to leave this workshop with basic 3-D and 2-D design skills as well as many new methods to translate those designs to clay objects.

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    Open to All

    Students of any skill and knowledge level.

Aug 15 - 19, 2022
9AM-5PM

3D Printing Digitally Designed Objects With Clay

Camila Friedman-Gerlicz

Tuition $1,095
Code C1117-22

This workshop covers the basics of 3-D modeling and clay-printing in a weeklong introductory course. Participants use the Computer-Aided Design (CAD) program Rhino to create files of 3-D model vessels and objects, then print them using the cutting-edge technology of 3-D clay printers. This is a unique opportunity for participants to experiment, discuss and explore in a new artistic space that joins the ancient craft of clay with the latest in digital technologies and techniques.Students can expect to bring their newly developed skills (and bisque-ware prototypes) back to their own studio practice.

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