Here are some Workshops I have run or brought to Haverford College. If interested in having me do a workshop contact me at
email@example.com . Some examples of workshops I can do: Fusion 360 Introduction to advanced methods (CAD and 3D modeling), 3D design, 3D printing, Laser Cutting, Adobe Creative Suite, Making Long Boards, CNC routing, Designing and 3D printing chess sets, 3D printing and assembling E-Nable prosthetics, Intro to Glitch Art, Digital Art Making, and many others.
Long Board Making
Abdul-Rasaaq Shittu ’23 and Jacob Valero ’22 put wheels on a longboard in the Maker Arts Space. Photo by Patrick Montero Lauren De La Ossa ’20 holding the longboard she made during a worksop in the Maker Arts Space. Photo by Patrick Montero Yuval Luria ’22 with the longboard he made during a workshop in the Maker Arts Space. Photo by Patrick Montero Working with 27 students we designed skate boards in a CAD software, then I showed students an introduction to machining where I cut out their designs using a CNC router, and lastly we assembled the boards in groups. The workshop was multiple sessions, completely voluntary free to students. Photos by Jacob Gorenburg ’22 and by Patrick Montero.
John Spikes, a medical student working with E-Nable, swung by the Maker Space to teach students how to build prosthetic hands. E-Nable is an volunteer based organization that creates open source designs for prosthetic hands that anyone can 3D Print.
Laser Cutting and Print Making
Working with Hee Sook Kim, the print making faculty at Haverford college, we led a group of students and Haverford community members through the process of using the laser cutter for relief prints. Photos by Sarah Jennings ’21
Cement Mold Making
Steven Dailey, Wood and Metal Shop Tech, led a workshop on cement mold making. Students learned the process of working with cement and also helped design the exterior of the plant potter we created during the workshop. Photos by Sarah Jennings ’21
Sewing and Sewing Machine
Artist Tara Webb led a workshop on sewing and sewing machines. Photos by Jacob Gorenburg ’22