3D Printsacola combines machine generative art with hands-on artmaking practices.
Topic: “Human Creativity and Machine Generative Art”
What are we doing? How/why? Where does the future lead?
Thursday, November 7 @ 7:00pm: Keynote Panel Discussion at IHMC.
David Fries, Interdisciplinary Research Scientist at IHMC and Creative Scientist-in-Residence at FCAC. Fries’ research interests span a wide range of disciplines and fields exploring the underlying thread of technology as an amplifier for exploration and discovery of the natural world and the human condition.
Fred Kahl, glass artist and ‘The Great Fredini’ as he is known, is a NYC-based artist (and magician) who has spent several years pioneering techniques in 3-D scanning and CNC (Computer Numerical Control) carving.
Thomas Asmuth, associate professor of new media at UWF teaching digital and experimental media. Asmuth is a transdisciplinary artist whose practices are influenced by the intersections of art and science, identity and robotics.
November 7, 2019
- FREE and open to the public! Starts at 7:00 pm.
- Keynote Panel Discussion is located at the Institute of Human and Machine Cognition: 40 S Alcaniz St, Pensacola, FL 32502.
- November 4 - 7: 3D Printing and Glassblowing Workshop with artist Fred Kahl: 10am - 6pm. Sign up under the Education - Classes section on our website! Please email email@example.com for more info.