Mayo Ideas Week is hosting a 3D Printing for Creatives event in Ballina Arts Centre on Wednesday, 18th September, from 10am to 1pm.
Paul Harrison will provide an informative, thought-provoking introduction to 3D printing.
Also attending will be West of Ireland based company Verus, who will provide samples and further information.
This session will be of particular interest to artists, architects, designers, craft artists and anyone who is engaged in creative production, but it is open to everyone to attend.
Paul Harrison is a professional model-maker who has run his own model-making studio, City Models in Dublin for the past 21 years.
Over the years Paul has worked with sculptors, industrial designers, architects and retail designers to transform their concepts in 3 dimensions.
Verus is a product and manufacturing consultancy based in Sligo, that serves Ireland and the UK.
Their focus is to give support to Irish, UK and international customers in the fields of product design, metrology and FEA analysis techniques.
To ensure your place please register with Mayo Arts Office. 094 90 47558/ 47471 email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another Mayo Ideas Week event on Wednesday 18th in Ballina Arts Centre is the Craft and the Rural Economy seminar and Mentoring, which takes place from 2.00 to 4.30 pm.
This event will provide an overview of Developments & Opportunities in the Craft Sector and one-to-one mentoring will be available for existing crafts businesses. Group mentoring will be available for crafters with a business idea who are not yet established.
This event is hosted by Mayo North East LEADER Partnership & the Crafts Council of Ireland. Places limited for mentoring. Register by 16th September by phoning Anne or Rita on 094-9256745 or by email: email@example.com
Pictured above: Paul Harrison, a professional model-maker, who has run his own model-making studio, City Models in Dublin, will give a talk on 3D Printing in Ballina Arts Centre.