This workshop will explore the possibilities of 3D printing using a only looking at the strengths and weaknesses of the extrusion ceramic 3D printing with clay, from generating digital files to preparing clay and then printing. All participants must have a laptop. Admission is free, but space is very limited, so please ensure you have register your place through this link. If you have any other queries, please contact us at email@example.com
Jonathan Keep is an independent practising artist potter and a leading exponent of studio based ceramic 3D printing. His ceramics are recognizable for a strong sculptural quality and emphasis on form. The shapes of his pots are generated in computer code. He has developed this working process out of an interest in the way computer code can mimic natural codes, patterns and growth structures. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, London he exhibits internationally and lectures, undertakes artist residencies and workshops in the UK and abroad. Jonathan initiated the widely popular ‘Make Your Own Ceramic 3D Printer’ project. www.keep-art.co.uk.
FUTURE ARTIST MAKERS is co-funded by Creative Europe programme of the European Union, and developed by The Nerve Centre in Derry, Ultralab in Madrid and Fab Lab Limerick. To contact us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org