It’s been a busy summer with lots of visitors and workshop participants over at the studio. Fall is upon us now and we are settling back into the usual weekly routine of internships and pursuit of new research projects. We are lucky to have two terrific young women joining the studio: Marika Ridder is a junior in engineering and Terrene Huang is a senior in industrial design. Our right hand at the studio, Wanna Huang, is also thinking about returning to school and will be gearing up for grad school applications this fall.
Timea has been traveling and giving lectures about ceramic 3D printing at various places, from the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) to the Northwest Math Conference and the Nordic Museum.
We are proud to have the studio mentioned in the beautiful book Céramique by Charlotte Vannier and Véronique Pettit Laforet (just published by Pyramyd books, Paris, France) featuring, among 90 contemporary ceramists from all over the world, Timea’s 3D printed and slipcast porcelain sculptures.
Our fall STUDIO OPEN HOUSE is Friday, November 8th 4-6PM. Drop in any time to see both printers in action and to take part in Timea’s Ringató project, which is a pas de deux between the 3D printer and the hand. Please RSVP so that we can send you directions and parking information.