Regis West Gallery
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On view now ARTS 3890/5890 - 3D Modeling & Digital Fabrication.
ARTS 3890/5890 - 3D Modeling & Digital Fabrication with Robin Schwartzman
This course teaches the fundamental tools of 3D modeling and digital fabrication with a focus on practical applications in the arts. During the Spring 2020 semester, students designed projects utilizing the Department of Art's XYZ Lab laser cutter and Rhino, a 3D modeling software. ARTS 3890/5890 was taught by lecturer and research technician Robin Schwartzman with support from teaching assistant Morgan Oie. Students featured in this online exhibition include Dylan Anderson, Joseph Blackhawk, Vee Crichton-Hill, Gray Ditmar, Matthew Fistler, Dawson Grimm, Alex Hein, Cholong Kim, Minjae Kim, Raymond Ma, Esin Menceloglu, Grace Passus-Yang, Patrick Pepin, Leslie Solano, and Karlie Thomas.
Dylan Anderson, Childhood Home, February 2020, Laser cut acrylic
Patrick Pepin, Room Tile, February 2020, Laser cut MDF, Cling wrap and wall insulation
Matthew Fistler, Sugar Maple Window Shade, February 2020, Laser cut MDF and spray paint
Dawson Grimm, Isle Delfino Topography (in progress), January 2020, Laser cut MDF
Grace Passus-Yang, Undertale Light Box, February 2020, Laser cut cardstock and MDF, acrylic paint, LED strip lights
Raymond Ma, Ice Cream Kendama, February 2020, Laser cut MDF, neon string
Karlie Thomas, Chair Lift, February 2020, Laser cut chipboard, fishing line
Cholong Kim, Dressing Table, April 2020, 3D model
Esin Menceloglu, Disinfectant Wipes, April 2020, 3D model
Leslie Solano, Roses in Vase, April 2020, 3D model
Joseph Blackhawk, USB Race and Keyboard, April 2020, 3D model
Alex Hein, Junkyard Dog MK III, April 2020, 3D model
Minjae Kim, Birthday Cake, April 2020, 3D model
Vee Crichton-Hill, Koi End Table, April 2020, 3D model
Gray Ditmar, Squishies, April 2020, 3D model