Matthew Harkness will be facilitating small group workshops in 3D printing with PLA waste and clay at Australian Design Centre to coincide with the exhibition Bioplastic Futures: 3D Printing and the Maker Movement.
During the workshops, participants will digitally create simple geometric shapes while reflecting on waste, plastics and bioplastics, 3D printing, and maker culture. The workshops will use TINKERCAD modelling software and are open to participants both with and without makerspace or 3D printer experience.
Matthew Harkness is an emerging designer, researcher, and academic from Calgary, Alberta, Canada currently completing a PhD at the University of New South Wales School of Art & Design.
Bioplastic Futures: 3D Printing and the Maker Movement exhibition is on at Australian Design Centre from 16 June – 2 July 2022.
When: Saturday 18 and 25 June, 1.30-3pm & Thursday 23 and 30 June, 11am-12.30pm
Where: 113 -115 William Street, Darlinghurst, 2010
Cost: Free, Bookings essential
Suitable for ages 16+
We are following the NSW Health COVID-19 Safety Industry Guidelines for museums and galleries to keep our guests and staff safe. Please wear a mask if you are not able to socially distance at this event.