Back to School 3D: Ana Marva Fernandez @ Brooklyn Museum #backtoschool #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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Artist and educator Ana Marva Fernandez shared about this recent class she lead at the Brooklyn Museum:

Forward Thinking: 3D Printing is a new class in which children are using fabrication tools to both learn about art and make art. I feel very lucky to be teaching a group of magical tweens through the Gallery Studio Program. My goal for this class has been to teach 3D scanning, modeling and printing as art-making processes. Class projects are anchored in sculptures at the museum. In order to gain confidence expressing themselves digitally, students have engaged with drawing, clay and painting alongside 3D modeling, scanning and printing.

In the first few classes kids worked on 3D scanning each others’ heads to 3D print busts of themselves, inspired by Fred Wilson’s ceramic busts of Nefertiti colored in light and dark flesh tones for Gray Area (Brown Version). Students worked through ideas of representation by creating headpieces for their busts that depict their talents and interests, inspired by the Beaded Crown (Ade) of Onijagbo Obasoro Alowolodu. This artifact, which we 3D scanned as a group, is decorated in horses and warriors to show the Yoruba King’s military prowess. Inspired by the core ideas and formal qualities of these works, students created their own original sculptures using 3D printing.

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