April 30, 2016 - May 1, 2016

In this workshop artists will walk through a basic workflow for desktop 3D printing. A range of topics will be covered including 3D design, file preparation, online communities and resources, and of course on site 3D printing. All software used will be free and available for artists to download to use on their own workstations. We will discuss materials, design considerations, available and near future technologies, as well as commercial print services. Participants will leave the two-day workshop with a solid foundation upon which to build further skillsets based on their particular interests.

Hosted by Nathan Ryan

Nathan Ryan has been working and teaching at NSCAD University in Halifax, Nova Scotia for nearly a decade. Teaching classes ranging in topics from digital video, 3D printing, CAD and fabrication techniques has given him an eclectic “technology enabling art” background. He has four years experience building, printing with, and teaching usage of 3D printers. His personal artwork is primarily installation based, revolving around electronics, film, media, and software hybrid experiments.

$10 for members
$20 for non-members
Space is limited, so please register in advance – email todd@strutsgallery.ca