Blender 3D Modeling Workshop

Friday, May 26, 2017

2-5pm on Friday, May 26, 2017 at the Isabel Bader Centres' computer lab (Room 336, 3rd floor)

Led by Hiba Ali

Free admission

As space is limited, registration is required; email to register

Please join us on Friday, May 26 for a workshop exploring Blender, the open-source 3D modelling program. Participants will learn how to use the software to model their own digital sculptures, with this hands on, 3 hour workshop in the Isabel Bader Centre's computer lab. 

Hiba Ali is a new media artist and writer based in Chicago, Illinois, United States. She holds two undergraduate degrees from the School of the Art Institute Chicago with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film, Video, New Media and Animation and a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Critical Studies. Her research focuses on how diverse populations utilize digital technology in ways that empower the community. 
This workshop is a part of the Digital Mapping and the Politics of Place Residency Program, co-presented by Modern Fuel and SAVAC.