3D Printing & Drawing: An Overview
3D printing is a tool offering rich scenarios for making and discovering new sculpture techniques and processes. 3D scanning, 3D drawing and 3D printing allow the artist and student new ways to capture and reinvent images. Robert Roesch will provide an overview and teach the basics of 3D drawing and printing. He will talk about how educators can use CAD programs such SketchUp to allow students to create designs from simple formal line drawings as well as using 3D functions in Photoshop or 3D scanning to create designs for 3D printing. Problems in setting up equipment and its operation and challenges to the perception of sculpture as a handmade object will be discussed.
The workshop includes a lecture and PowerPoint presentation highlighting the breadth of the 3D printing explosion, showing ways that this printing technology has allowed us to bring new ideas to life. Participants will have the opportunity to observe a 3D printer actively printing objects and to view 3D printed objects made by students and artists. A hands-on session will follow in the use of the 3D software program SketchUp, a free downloadable program, that is simple enough for elementary school students to use but can also be used by professional artists.
This workshop includes a visual presentation with lecture, examples of methods and projects as well as reference materials for the classroom. No experience in art making is necessary. Teachers will use a free computer program to work on productive exercises. The content and activities of this workshop meet with national standards and are applicable through the grades 1-12 curriculum. This is an enjoyable workshop and a great opportunity to gather new ideas for enriching the curriculum in the classroom, try some creative art activities, and meet other teachers. Light morning refreshments & lunch included.
Presenter: Robert Roesch and Suzanne Reese Horvitz
About The Presenters:
Robert Roesch is Chair of Sculpture at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where he teaches Construction Techniques, Sculpture Composition, Sculpture Seminar, Sculpture Projects and 3D Drawingand Printing. He is a member of the Philadelphia Art and Architecture Commission. He has received 12 grants including a Fulbright Specialist Award that brought him to lecture and exhibit throughout Japan and to represent the United States in the Baku Biennial. His work is in museum collections internationally.
Suzanne Reese Horvitz collaborates with her partner Robert Roesch on large-scale projects. Their work, Transduction, is a permanent installation at Grounds for Sculpture. Horvitz has received fellowships from the PA Council on the Arts, Mid Atlantic Arts, grants from the NEA and a Masterworks Fellowship from The Center for Creative Glass. Horvitz holds a BA and MFA from The University of the Arts and a Doctorate in College Teaching of Fine Arts from Columbia University. She has taught fine arts and art education at Fleisher Art Memorial, PAFA, Texas A&M and the University of the Arts. Individually and together, Horvitz and Roesch have completed 20 major public art projects.
Light morning refreshments & lunch included.
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Audience: All Arts Educators
Workshop Code: F19020
Dates: Wednesday November 14, 2018
From: 9:00 to: 2:30
Cost: 5 ETTC Hour(s). Only ETTC Hours accepted. For info on membership, call the ETTC.
Instructor: For Instructors See Description
Location: The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton University
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