Time: 9AM – 3PM
Previous 3-D experience suggested.
Ready for more 3-D? Build on the skills developed in “Adventures in 3-D Printing” to explore how we can use technology to solve problems in and interact with the physical world! Learn professional programs and make objects that move and fit together, as well as interactive objects such as clay rollers and stamps. We explore how modeling programs like Sketchup and Rhino are suited to different needs, and use the tools at our disposal to create unique and advanced 3-D-printed objects. Our focus is on problem solving and creative physical uses for the medium, with opportunities to branch into questions of project proposals, renderings, and the relationship of the technology to the design process. At the end of the course, we celebrate with a group show.
Elazar Abraham is a digital creative professional and musician working in Stockton, CA. After graduating with a BA in New Media and minors in Biology and Visual Arts from SUNY Purchase, he went on to lead interstate bike trips for teens and teach digital art classes in New York before interning at Anderson Ranch. He then joined a founding team at a non-profit artist hub and education center called HATCH Workshop. He now works and teaches with HATCH in Stockton, CA.