Port Macquarie’s Glasshouse Art Gallery Hosts the Shapeshifter’s Exhibition
Wauchope students @ the Glasshouse Art Gallery
As part of the Australian Design Centre’s Shapeshifters Exhibition, Modfab ran a number of design, CAD and 3D Printing workshops for primary and high schools along with some teacher professional development at the Glasshouse Art Gallery. Wauchope students created their own 3D printed mazes which looked amazing when they had finished. Each maze was intricately designed and 3d printed, each one completely different to the next. Students were highly engaged in their design project and were thrilled with the result when they were 3D printed.
A group of enthusiastic students from Wauchope Public school create 3D printed mazes in a Modfab workshop at the Glasshouse gallery in Port Maquarie. This was made possible by the Glasshouse gallery and the Australian Design Centre's "Shapeshifters" exhibition.
Posted by Modfab on Thursday, 14 September 2017
Hastings Secondary College Students @ Glasshouse Art Gallery
On the second day Hastings Secondary College students were rearing to go with their design project where they designed and 3D printed their own articulated light. A combination of the arts and technology. Check out the smile on the students faces when they get to turn on their lights at the end of the session. Want to expose your students to future skills for jobs that have not been created as yet contact the Modfab team on info@modfab(dot)com(dot) au to book your workshop.
Students from Hastings Secondary College participated on a 3D printing workshop at the Glasshouse Gallery in Port Macquarie as part of the Australian Design Centre's Shapeshifters Exhibition – where Australian visual artists are exhibiting their 3D printed art.
Posted by Modfab on Saturday, 16 September 2017