Printing Jewelry Workshop by Mateus Sartori
Printing Jewelry Workshop by Mateus Sartori

DATE


4 July 2024

TIME


10:00 – 13:00 & 17:00 – 18:00

(workshop to be delivered in two parts)

LOCATION


Thinker Maker Space

 

DATE

 

4 July 2024

 

TIME

 

10:00 – 13:00 & 17:00 – 18:00

(workshop to be delivered in two parts)

LOCATION

 

Thinker Maker Space

 

WORKSHOP FEE

€20

* The fee covers the attendance to the workshop, as well as the 3D printing of a small jewelry piece (up to 5ml resin minimal ring). Participants who wish to print larger pieces will have to cover the additional material cost as instructed by the assigned technician during the workshop.

All income will be donated to the implementation of the CampScape Project at the First Reception Centre “Pournara”.

Note that in the case of a booking cancellation, CYENS – Thinker Maker Space has no obligation to refund the purchased ticket.

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

Thinker Maker Space of CYENS presents “Printing Jewelry”, a workshop by resident artist Mateus Sartori. The workshop will be delivered in two parts and will serve as an introduction to 3D printing in jewelry design, featuring a showcase of Mateus Sartori’s accessory pieces that combine digital fabrication tools, computational design and traditional jewelry-making techniques.

 

 

Workshop audience:

  • Designers or anyone interested in technology and jewelry-making

 

Requirements:

  • Familiarity with any 3D modeling software is recommended

  • Participants need to attend both parts of the workshop

 

Workshop outcomes:

  • Gain an understanding of the process of 3D modeling
  • 3D print a small piece of jewelry in resin & silver

 

Workshop Breakdown:

10:00 – 13:00 | 3D modelling of the piece and preparing for printing

13:00 – 17:00 | Lunch break (3D printing time)

17:00 – 18:00 | Post processing of the piece after printing

Mateus Sartori
ABOUT MATEUS SARTORI

Mateus Sartori, an brazilian architect and urban planner from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul with computational design expertise from thePolytechnic University of Catalonia, specializes in parametric design and digital fabrication. His experience includes roles at the FabLab of the Institute forAdvanced Architecture of Catalonia and Barcelona’s External Reference, as well as the Catalan studio Biga. He teaches at Escola da Cidade, IAAC, and PUC-Minas, and co-owns the Body Scripting collective, focusing on computational design for bodily artifacts. Currently, he leads his own studio, merging digitaland traditional craftsmanship.

WEBSITE   |   www.mataeu.com

SOCIAL MEDIA   |  instagram/mata_eu