Life After Art School: Laurie Berenhaus '10
Feb 7 2014 12:00PM - 12:45PM
Hamilton Hall, Room 316
Visiting artist lecture by 3D modeler/sculptor and alumna Laurie Berenhaus BFA '10 (Sculpture), who will talk about her entry into the field of 3D printing and her employment at Shapeways, the Dutch-founded 3D printing marketplace, service and community. Laurie's slideshow will highlight the many possibilities 3D printing offers. She will cover tips on using Shapeways for student projects (including student discounts!), setting up a free Shapeways Shop (like Etsy for 3D printing) and altering CG animation character designs to make them printable. Laurie will be available for questions after the lecture.
A designer for Rapid Prototyping, Laurie studied 3D graphics at the Digital Animation and Visual Effects School in Orlando. Before diving into the digital world, she worked as a sculptor and puppeteer designing and fabricating puppets, masks and specialty props throughout New York City and Philadelphia. Passionate about storytelling and the creative process, Laurie continues to learn and share her knowledge.
This lecture is free and open to the public.
Above: Nylon Plastic printed by Shapeways, 2014. Photographer: Jason Chen BFA '08 (Animation); Model: Janelle Smith BFA '10 (Animation).Hamilton Hall
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