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Gadigal Mural: 3D Printing Workshops for children aged 9 - 13 years
To celebrate NAIDOC Week children aged 9 - 13 years are invited to join a full-day workshop to learn how to design and make tools using 3D printing. After an introductory morning session discussing the Gadigal Mural with First Nations designers Jason Wing and Dennis Golding, participants will sketch their own designs and Modfab will teach them how to 3D model in CAD, the design software, and print some designs to take home.
What: 3D Printing Workshops with Modfab
When: 9am - 5pm, Tuesday 9 July OR Wednesday 10 July
Where: Australian Design Centre, 113-115 William St, Darlinghurst
Who: 9 - 13 years olds, 10 places in each session
Cost: $30, bookings essential
What to bring: morning and afternoon tea, lunch, drink bottle of water
FILMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY
Please note: This event will be recorded. By attending the event you agree to be filmed and photographed, and for those images and footage to be shared online and across various promotional platforms.
Modfab is the first 3D Printing Technology business in Australia to create customised learning experiences for school students, teachers and the general public. They are passionate about spreading the innovative technology of 3D printing and are leading the way in making this relatively new technology accessible to all.
ADC has recently partnered with City of Sydney's Art & About Sydney program to produce a new public artwork, Gadigal Mural. Designed by Sydney artist Jason Wing, with ADC's First Nations Creative Producers Dennis Golding and Lucy Simpson, the collaborative artwork references both the topographical patterning and material culture of Gadigal country and is located on the back of ADC's building in Barnett Lane, Darlinghurst.
Australian Design Centre is supported by the generosity of our partners and donors, the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments, the New South Wales Government through Create NSW, the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and the City of Sydney. Australian Design Centre is a member of Australian Craft and Design Centres network and the Sydney Culture Network.
Australian Design Centre is proud to be a creative place located on Gadigal Land. We acknowledge with respect the traditional owners the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation.Back to News