Halloween 3D Design Workshop @ The Yard

Another great chance to learn about 3D modeling for a MakerBot! Liz Arum and Jon Santiago will be teaching the course. This will take place at The Yard, a Brooklyn co-working space. Here’s what you can expect to learn:

During this day-long intensive workshop you’ll learn how to make and personalize 3D models with Blender and Makerware. You’ll learn how to use these tools, think about strategies to deal with interlocking parts and walk out with your very only glow in the dark or flickering LED holder. No prior modeling, computer or printing experience is necessary.

The details of the workshop are below, and you can check out the Eventbrite for more information and to sign up.

When: Sunday, October 28; 10:05 AM-4 PM

Where: The Yard; 33 Nassau Ave 2nd floor, Brooklyn, NY

Who: The workshop is open to all ages and skill levels

How Much: $150 (plus $9.24 Eventbrite fee)

Jon Santiago works with schools, cultural institutions and community based organizations to create after school programs that are hands-on, engaging, and promote knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). As co-founder of the HTINK educational cooperative Jon has helped start Young Maker programs throughout the New York tri-state area that get middle school and high school students interested in electronics, computer programming, design, and the use of traditional hand tools. He has also worked with MakerBot Industries to develop 3-D printing curriculum and professional development workshops for teachers. Jon graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT) where he worked with the FabLab program, a global initiative to bring digital fabrication laboratories to communities around the world.

Liz Arum has a BFA from Cooper Union and an MPS from NYU’s ITP. She currently teaches Physical Computing and Computer Science at Saint Ann’s in Brooklyn, and is responsible for Education Outreach and Curriculum Development at MakerBot Industries.

 

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