MSA- ATL Workshop Series

  • 18 Sep 2015
  • 19 Sep 2015
  • Georgia State University

Registration

  • Join Ryan Crooks, GSU Professor, a workshop on digital laser cutting techniques.
  • Greg Pond, Professor, University of the South
    In this workshop, Greg Pond will demonstrate 3-D scanning and how sculptors can use this tool and computer modeling to enhance their sculptural studio practices; casting, models for commissions, etc. Pond will be introducing free software, portable scanners, and give useful information on how to take advantage of this tool, inexpensively. Participants are encourage to bring their own laptops. (Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design classroom)
  • Instructor: Nelson Burke, aka The Engineer Guy
    A variety of flexible mold making products will be identified and their application discussed and demonstrated in this popular workshop. Plastic products for casting will also be discussed and demonstrated. (Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Sculpture Studio)
  • Page Burch, Artist, Shop Technician, Kennesaw State University
    In this workshop Page Burch will discuss applications for tig welding versus other metal fusion processes and demonstrate machine setup for a variety of metals. Welding techniques associated with fabricated forms and metal castings will be covered. (GSU Sculpture Studio)
  • Engineer Andres Pinzon, (Master Degree in computer science and construction management /Georgia Tech), will discuss the basic operation of 3D printer technology and different operating systems on the market. He will provide examples of objects printed in different media and discuss the outcomes and difference associated with using various printers, printer mediums and software. (Welch School of Art and Design Studio 355)
  • Artist Emily Williams will demonstrate basic techniques for thin glass welding in the creation of three dimensional forms.
  • Robert West, Lifting Specialist, Tennessee/Alabama Sling Center
    In this workshop, Robert West will demonstrate the proper tools and knowledge that one must have in order to safely rig and lift a load. (Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Sculpture Studio)
  • Mark Hopper will demonstrate basic blacksmithing techniques. (Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Sculpture Studio exterior)
  • Engineer Andres Pinzon, (Master Degree in computer science and construction management /Georgia Tech), will discuss the basic operation of 3D printer technology and different operating systems on the market. He will provide examples of objects printed in different media and discuss the outcomes and difference associated with using various printers, printer mediums and software. (Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design classroom)
  • Stan Townsend, Townsend Atelier will demonstrate how to use his two part silicone mold-making materials and resins in order to create forms. (GSU Sculpture Studio)
  • In this workshop, Greg Pond, Professor University of the South, will demonstrate 3-D scanning and how sculptors can use this tool and computer modeling to enhance their sculptural studio practices; casting, models for commissions, etc. Pond will be introducing free software, portable scanners, and give useful information on how to take advantage of this tool, inexpensively. Participants are encourage to bring their own laptops. (Welch School of Art and Design classroom)
  • Mike Wsol, GSU Sculpture Professor, will demonstrate the use of ShopBot cutting technology and discuss various sculptural applications for the machine‚Äôs use. (GSU Sculpture Studio)
  • Page Burch, Artist, Shop Technician, Kennesaw State University, will discuss applications for tig welding versus other metal fusion processes and demonstrate machine set up for a variety of metals. Welding techniques associated with fabricated forms and metal castings will be covered. (GSU Sculpture Studio)
  • In this workshop, North Light Imaging's Chris Oughtred, will demonstrate and discuss how to document sculpture.
  • In this workshop, Stan Townsend of Townsend Atelier will demonstrate how to use patina's for both resin and metal forms.
  • In this workshop, Robert West, Lifting Specialist, Tennessee/Alabama Sling Center will demonstrate the proper tools and knowledge that one must have in order to safely rig and lift a load. (GSU Sculpture Studio)
  • Nelson Burke, aka The Engineer Guy will identify
    a variety of flexible mold making products and discuss and demonstrate their applications in this popular workshop. Plastic products for casting will also be discussed and demonstrated. (GSU Sculpture Studio)
  • Artist Kevin Chambers will demonstrate his techniques for creating a three dimensional portrait in clay. (GSU Sculpture Studio)
  • In this workshop, Eva Conwell of Conwell Conservation, will look at sculptures (made of different materials) and discuss potential problems and preventative maintenance for each of them. (Welch School of Art and Design classroom)

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