Arts, Culture and Technology at 3DEA

From: user 7.
Sent on: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 5:14 PM
This is Enrique from Openhouse. I attended the Arts Tech: 3D printing event at Eyebeam last week through the Arts, Culture and Technology Meetup group, which was awesome. You guys gathered a lot of important information in one night.

We're currently running a 3D Printing Pop Up with Shapeways, Ultimaker and more than a dozen local creators, makers and thinkers.  I wanted to invite the members of Arts, CUlture and Technology to a few 3DEA workshops and presentations coming up. I've created a nice discount code and would love to have you guys up at the 3DEA Pop Up this week.

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Wednesday 12.5 at 7:30 pm: Ring-making Using 123D Design Featuring Duann Scott of Shapeways 
Learn to design elegant and bespoke rings with Duann Scott, a Shapeways-er with a PhD in industrial design and an Aussie accent. This introductory class will cover the basic principles behind 3D printing design. 

Thursday 12.6 at 7:30 pm: Future of Fashion Presentation
Tickets are $14 on Eventbrite. $5 with the FRIENDS promo code
Mary Huang of Continuum Fashion and Connie Scheitz of Printable Geography present The Future of Fashion. Continuum creates dresses you can build and customize from your desktop as well as the first 3D-printed bikini and a  crazy pair of 3D-printed shoes. Printable Geography lets you customize home decor items and accessories with anywhere-in-the-world topography maps and national borders (think, a mirror shaped like Belgium).

Friday 12.7 at 7:30 pm: The Perfect Finish Presentation
Tickets are $14 on Eventbrite. $5 with the 
FRIENDS
 promo code
Heidi Lee, the winner of the Met's Costume Institute Accessory Design Competition, is joined by bespoke Brooklyn shop and cufflink experts GothamSmith, Langoliers' Pamela Lou and new media artist Anthony Tammaro. They'll present the secrets of 3D-printing in metals, ceramics, laser-scientered nylon and precious metals. 

Saturday 12.8 + Sunday 12.9 at 11 am: 3D-Printing Jewelry Bootcamp for Beginners with Kevin Wei
Tickets are $160 for the two-day bootcamp and $80 for Saturday and Sunday on Eventbrite. $219 for two days and $68 for each day with 
FRIENDS
 promo code.
Renowned jewelry maker and Columbia adjunct professor Kevin Wei leads a TinkerCAD bootcamp. TinkerCAD is a free, hands-on Web-based virtual modeling program ideally suited for 3D-printing. You'll also get to know the many 3D-printing service bureaus and personal 3D-printers available to you. 

Saturday 12.8 + Sunday 12.9 at 2 pm: Intro to Rhino with Anthony Tammaro
Tickets are $240 for the two-day bootcamp on Eventbrite. $199 with the 
FRIENDS
 promo code.
Gain a solid foundation in Rhino, the fast and user-friendly program for creating dynamic, precise architectural models, design products and unique jewelry. Master the Rhino interface, bend lines into curves, understand the dynamics of surfaces, unioning, the rules of watertight meshes and more. Tammaro is a Rhino 3-D modeling professor at Rowan University. He'll be assisted by Akiyo Matsuoka of the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Best,

Enrique

ENRIQUE GRIJALVA
OPENHOUSE
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