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Computer Aided Design. A digital artisanship workshop with Tanja Falkenhayner

Workshop  /  Technics  /  12 Aug 2019  -  16 Aug 2019
Published: 20.04.2019
Computer Aided Design. A digital artisanship workshop with Tanja Falkenhayner.
Hochschule Trier
Place
Vollmersbachstraße 53a
55743 -  Idar Oberstein
GERMANY
Mail:
esd.sekretariatE-mailhochschule-trier.de
applyE-mailjewellery-summer.academy
Phone:
+49(0)6781/9463-0
+49(0)6781/9463-63
Management:
Tabea Reulecke
DEADLINE: 14/06/2019
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Intro
3D Design has become an established procedure in all modern manufacturing processes. In this workshop, I wish to introduce this fascinating tool to jewellers.
We will work with software programmes RHINOCEROS and SCULPTRIS. I will introduce the freedoms that computer-aided modelling can produce when combined with artistic possibilities. RHINOCEROS, a construction programme for high dimensional accuracy, offers a number of tools for design and free forms. Due to its sculptural approach, SCULPTRIS is a useful supplement to the conceptual work in RHINOCEROS. The workshop will discuss the differences and strengths of both programmes. I will showcase the interaction of different tools and the application of commands on participants’ own projects. We will have access to a 3D printer (FORM 2+). The designed objects can be printed immediately in plastic.
In cooperation with the casting workshop of Peter Vermandere (see 2nd workshop week) your CAD-models can also be modified and casted.


Course details:
Date: 12th of August - 16th of August | duration: 5 days, 35 hrs.
Participants: min. 4 / max. 6.
Language: English and German.
Previous knowledge of 3D Design is not necessary.


Fee:
1 workshop = 625 € (students 475 €*)
2 workshops = 1100 € (students 800 €*)
*exception: CUT, GRIND, POLISH with Alexander Friedrich

The workshop fee covers the cost of:
- Participation in a course with instruction by a qualified artist.
- Use of studio and equipment during class hours.
- Attendance at various in-house events organised by the International Summer Academy 2018.

It does not cover the cost of necessary materials or excursions, travel or accommodation costs.


After registration you will receive 3 e-mails:
- Confirmation of your online-registration (please check your issued data)
- Your invoice (within 14 days) and details of our bank account - payment is due within 2 weeks     after the date of the invoice (in case of delayed payment, your reserved place will go to the next applicant)
- After payment of the invoice, your reservation will be confirmed (within 14 days).

Courses may be booked only for their full duration.


Cancellation:
In case of cancellation by the applicant:
- must be within more than 28 days before the beginning of the workshop, 30 percent of the workshop fee will be retained to cover processing costs. A refund of the course fee is possible only in cases of proven emergency* (illness, accident, death in the family). 

After a course has begun there is no refund.
* In cases of force majeure, cancellation should be notified immediately, with written proof of the reasons for cancellation. Other reasons (dissatisfaction, programme changes) do not entitle a refund.


Insurance:
The International Summer Academy 2019 is not liable for accidents, theft or any kind of damage which take place during the course. The participant is advised to provide personal health, travel and liability insurance.


Security measures:
Applicants must be aware that allergenic substances, such as oil-paints may be used in classes. Every attendant must be responsible for their own health needs.
Entrance to the International Summer Academy premises is restricted to participants, teachers and members of ISA staff. Other visitors have access to classes only after checking in at the office and must be accompanied by ISA staff. Exceptions to having visitors are during the open-house presentations.
 

Teachers

Tanja Falkenhayner
Work by Stefanie Talhammer, during the CAD Workshop by Tanja Falkenhayner..
Work by Stefanie Talhammer, during the CAD Workshop by Tanja Falkenhayner.

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