Professor Daniel Robinson
In this class, students will use 3D printing as a way to explore a variety of creative communities and to produce creative work that moves out of the studio and into the public sphere. Through hands-on making, reading, writing, and discussion, students will critically examine themes of authorship, ownership and copyright, and the relationship between collaboration and individualism as it pertains to the Maker movement, DIY culture, and various online and local 3D printing communities.
This experimental course is approved for critical thinking credit in cluster one or VPA credit in cluster two. Seats are limited!
Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2019, Fall 2019