Wednesday Zooms:

Changes to our fortnightly Wednesday zooms

One year on, our Wednesday Zooms will now be by invitation as we move the focus to providing online support for the creative people who have either purchased Anarkik3DDesign or are loaning the package on a monthly basis.

Restrictions are easing and we are still all in this together. So where are we, and what decisions are we making about how as designer makers and 3D artists we move forward in a world where physical connections are still difficult?

In June 2020 we decided to shift to online connection as here at Anarkik3D we weren’t able do the one thing we really love doing: working face-to-face with people in our workshops, masterclasses and demos.

Loan Anarkik3DDesign, a 3D modelling programme runninh on both PC and Mac, using a haptic device to touch and feel your virtual 3D models

We also wanted to support self-development. We wanted to make our 3D haptic modelling package as accessable as possible by revamping our hardware loan scheme, reducing the monthly fee on the package and tying in online support. (more information here)

We wanted to help creative people access information about 3D digital technologies that is useful for making decisions. We also wanted creatives to discover how 3D modelling and 3D printing can enhance their practice. We wanted this process to be as dynamic and interactive as possible.

We held the first of our fortnightly Wednesday Zooms a year ago!

If you as a designer maker/applied artist want to find out more about how we can help you please contact us here or use the link below in the footer. A short statement about what you would like more information on would be helpful. We will send you an invitation and link to meet up. 

Ann Marie Shillito runs the Wednesday Zooms.

She is a designer jeweller, CEO of Anarkik3D and author of the book ‘Digital Crafts: Industrial Technologies for Applied Artists and Designer Makers’. She uses Anarkik3DDesign to create her work and 3D printing to produce them. Her lock-down projects are 3D printing onto fabric and designing to reduce waste.

You are welcome to see a Slideshare presentation given via Zoom at the Romanian Jewellery Week Conference this last September: