Students Learn New Ways to Fabricate 3D Art in the Cohen Center

The new technologies and spaces available in the Cohen Center for the Creative Arts have allowed students in the 3D Art program to expand their techniques, methods, and approaches to developing three dimensional designs. For example, students in Ceramics, Sculpture, and AP 3D Design have used a design thinking approach, relying on 3D printing and the laser cutter to create prototypes before moving on to master their final projects. Please stop by the CCCA to view the Upper School 3D Art exhibit, "Fabrications," which focuses on the act of fabricating an idea in clay, cardboard, wood, or a mix of materials.