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Tuesday 31 January 2023
10:00am - 16:00pm
Two-part in-person workshop at STEAMhouse
Tuesday 21 & Wednesday 22 February, 10am–4pm
Apply by 31 January 2023 – see below for the application process
Are you interested in learning how to 3D print sustainable materials made from waste?
This two part workshop combines material development with additive manufacturing processes to introduce participants to the basics of 3D printing with biomaterials.
By the end of the course you will:
The course consists of two in-person full-day workshop at STEAMhouse and will be hosted in the Production Space workshops.
Participants need to attend both workshops.
This is a fully funded FREE course. To be eligible to take part you must be registered as self-employed or have your own business and be based in England.
How to Apply
To apply email the following to email@example.com by Tuesday 31 January
Please use ‘Biomaterials Printing Course’ as your email subject.
We will be in touch with everyone by 3 February.
Our Course Leaders
Kaitlin Ferguson is an interdisciplinary artist, whose practice involves process-led investigations into the changing state of the planet. Through research-based lines of enquiry, she seeks out ways to explore planetary shaping processes and the wider effects of climate change. Through exploration across a wide range of materials, alongside participatory projects with communities, she reveals new readings of the environment that seek to deconstruct and heal the deeply embedded divides between nature and culture which surround us.
Sarah King is an interdisciplinary design researcher and Materials Science Technician at STEAMhouse. Her primary role is to support members across the various routes in areas including materials development, surface design, print, and product prototyping. She also co-runs the Materials Club and supports specific members in research projects related to new materials development.
Sarah is particularly interested in the use of design as a tool to embed sustainability and equality within societies and cultures. In her own practice, she focuses on the use of natural systems and abundant materials, utilising their unique properties to develop products that can actively aid health and wellbeing, with a view to replenishing local ecosystems at their end of life, striving to co-create a closed-loop system with nature.