Join us on Sunday, March 25 from 4 - 5:30 p.m. for an Introduction to 3D Printing Workshop, where we’ll be learning the ropes of 3D modeling to design custom creations!
Whether you’re a wiz-kid on the computer or haven’t so much as opened a spreadsheet in eons, we will walk you through the basics of a browser-based 3D modeling program called Tinkercad. You’ll learn all you’ll need to know to 3D model an awesome design to dazzle your friends with. By the end of the class your creation will be ready to go to print, and in just one week you’ll be able to pick it up at MODA.
Participation and Materials Fee: $30 for non-members, $25 for MODA members.
This fee covers everything you need to bring home your own 3D printed design. Fee also includes admission to MODA’s current exhibition, Designing for a Playful City.
This workshop is appropriate for ages 16+.
If you must cancel your plans, please notify us at least 7 days prior to the event start to receive a refund of the ticket cost minus a $10 processing fee per class. Refunds are not available if we are notified less than 7 days prior to the event start. Refunds are not available if you fail to notify us or attend the event. MODA reserves the right to cancel a program if registration for the event does not meet the minimum enrollment requirements. If MODA cancels a program, a full refund will be issued to all registrants.
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Brigid Drozda, Design Thinking & Innovation Educator
Native Atlantan, Brigid holds a BA in History from the University of Georgia with a focus on Economic Culture, Aesthetics, and the Luxury Debate. Brigid completed her Orton-Gillingham Practitioner Certification with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators and brings design experience from a prior career in horticulture.
She creates curricula and teaches classes infused with the design process blending design thinking, project based learning, and other forms of learner-driven, open-ended, experiential learning to build cultures of innovation and collaboration. Brigid's students combine sketching and drafting with STEAM tools to execute designs that demonstrate critical thinking and functionality.