Fine Arts and Fabricating in the Digital Age

Thursday, June 12, 2014 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Back by popular demand! Come tour the Fab Lab at the Indiana School of Fine Arts McCalla Studio. A “Fab Lab” is a small-scale shop equipped with computer-controlled tools that turn three-dimensional designs into real-life, 3-D objects.

Back by popular demand! Come tour the Fab Lab at the Indiana School of Fine Arts McCalla Studio. A “Fab Lab” is a small-scale shop equipped with computer-controlled tools that turn three-dimensional designs into real-life, 3-D objects.

Learn about digital fabrication and the local Maker scene with Nicole Jacquard, Associate Professor at the Indiana University Hope School of Fine Arts. Jacquard demonstrates various pieces of equipment and shows how they are used to create physical objects from digital files.

Age 18 and up*

McCalla Studio is at 525 E. 9th St., between Indiana & Dunn. Parking available.


* Under age 18 OK, with an adult. This workshop made possible by our friends at Indiana University Hope School of Fine Arts.

Contact: 
Steve Backs

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