This class will give beginners and intermediate users a working knowledge of 3D modelling techniques, enabling them to use design software in their own work. Students will produce a minimum of three 3D printed objects in a range of scales and materials.
Workshop runs: June 1 & 8, 2019
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
- Registration is non-refundable
Supplies: Participants are required to supply their own portable computer with the following:
- Microsoft Windows 7 or later or OSX |macOS 10.11 or later (4GB system RAM)
- Software. *A free trial version of the following is available:
- Rhino 3D https://www.rhino3d.com/download
- Additional open source/free modeling software will be discussed within this workshop.
- Upon special request, there will be 3 laptops available for use by individuals who are unable to provide their own. Please contact Jessica at email@example.com for laptop reservation. Laptop reservation is first-come, first-served.
Registration deadline: May 22, 2019
About the artist:
To date, Jason Hare’s work has focused heavily on the craft and communication associated with techniques surrounding digital modelling and digital fabrication. By using the hand, body and mind, Jason has generated a deep understanding of materialized form. Jason has instructed and researched various techniques for how physical forms can create a relationship between digital drawings. The result of these techniques gives Jason the ability to communicate information with accuracy between both human and machine, ultimately bridging the gap developed by different forms of digital craft. Jason Hare B.ED, MLA, is the FABLab Manager at the U of M, Faculty of Architecture.
Craft is a slow process that is best understood through participation. The Manitoba Craft Council has always aimed to promote and advocate for fine craft and its makers in Manitoba, and we are excited to be offering high quality, craft-based workshops to the public at C2 Centre for Craft.