Friday, July 4, 2008

Modeling for Jewelry Designers - Cleveland

The Cleveland Institute of Art, Jewelry + Metals Department is hosting a 5-day modeling workshop by Giuseppe Massoni, August 4 - 8

This workshop is an opportunity to explore design and 3D modeling with one of the world leaders in 3D design, modeling, and education. Giuseppe will address concepts and methods for CAD/CAM (computer-aided design / computer-aided manufacturing) and RP (rapid prototyping) with Rhino™ 3D modeling software. Through a project-based curriculum, the workshop will challenge each student to apply these technologies to create work that remains unique to their individual vision. Design and modeling with Rhino with output to the Roland MDX500 CNC (computer numerical control) milling machine, and the Solidscape BT612 3D Wax Printer will provide new opportunities in the creation of work right here in the CIA Jewelry studio.

To register please contact:
Lisa Kramer Reichel
Director of Continuing Education

For workshop details, please contact:
Matthew Hollern
Professor of Jewelry + Metals


Anonymous said...

Any idea if space is still available? The CIA website doesn't seem to show any specific registration info.

Anonymous said...

The email listed for the contact person is incorrect. It should read (without the "m").