Posted by Cindy Bracker, Communications Director
NCECA hopes its members and the greater ceramic community have enjoyed continued access to the 2016 Fab Lab with the online rebroadcasts of the LIVE STREAMED conference sessions, culminating in today’s video of the final session on Friday afternoon, featuring Brooks Oliver:
I am curious about ways in which new technologies can influence my process working with clay; and, vice versa, how my practice working with clay can impact my interactions within Computer Aided Design. My presentation will discuss my process and how I have used 3D printers to generate customized tools to aid in the creation of my work.
With the support of 92Y Virtual Clay, Skutt Kilns, Shapeways, Anne W. Bracker, West Virginia University, and presenting artists, Clay Fab Lab represents a new conference experience with clay, touch, and technology.