Discover three-dimensional forms from 3-D Resin Printers in this exploratory workshop. Students learn the possibilities from Computer-Aided drawings in Rhinoceros 3-D to make three-dimensional parts and forms. Students progress from an idea to a sketch, then to a software file and finally to a tangible object. Ceramic Resin is used to draw, print and fire these ceramic pieces throughout the workshop.
Media & Techniques:
Students begin with ideas and sketches then discuss potential projects and create 3-D-printed objects. Knowledge of Rhinoceros 3-D modeling is suggested. Students are encouraged to bring a computer.
Demonstrations, discussions and instruction are given each morning and afternoon. Students are then immediately introduced to the material and process to provide insight for 3-D-printed objects. Discuss project intentions and bring them to life in the Formlabs 3-D printing equipment.
Liz Heller is a studio artist in Aspen, CO. She received her MFA in Sculpture from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2014. Since then, she has participated in artist residency programs at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, The Carbondale Clay Center, The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences, The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and Campos De Gutierrez in Medellin, Colombia. Currently, Liz owns MOD CRMX, a small-batch slip casting company and teaches metalsmithing at Colorado Mountain College.Register