3D Printing Workshop — 2/16 & 2/23 noon to 6 pm.

Between the Made and the Digital— Scanning and Software Unlock your Creative Boundaries


This 2-day intensive on consecutive Saturdays is designed to give participants an overview of the many possibilities of 3D scanning, printing, and computer manipulation of their sculptures. Participants are required to bring in a small sculpture as the basis of further study.  This artwork will be scanned, 3D printed, digitally altered and manipulated, and then output to a 3D Printer once more. Process Art Studio's owner, Andrew Woodard, will then assist participants in developing a network of possible printing, enlarging, and casting forums to help participants find new avenues for producing their work.  

Consecutive Saturdays: 2/16 & 2/23,

12 noon to 6 pm each day

Tuition: $300

Instructor Bio:

Andrew Woodard is a sculptor/educator who lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has taught workshops and exhibited nationally. Starting with an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, Woodard’s palette has grown to include teaching and collaboration in his artistic process. With his wife, he co-owns Process Art Studio, located in Madrid, NM. It combines a small gallery, workshop, and 3D scanning business. After learning every trade and skill he can get his hands on, Woodard takes a keen interest in how digital technology interfaces with analog making. He is devoted to helping other artists gain skills and vision as they explore intersections between the virtual and built world. Woodard believes that artistic production and making are rights, not a privilege for the few.

Registration deadline is February 11, 2019. We reserve the right to cancel the workshop by this date due to lack of enrollment. Should this occur you will receive a 100% refund.

Julie DeFeoCity of Mud