3D Printing by students in Engineering and Arts & Sciences

The UA College of Arts and Sciences and the UA College of Engineering present
3D Printing at Kentuck!
Art Night, Thursday, March 7, 5-9 pm

3D Printing by students in Engineering and Arts & Sciences

The University of Alabama’s College of Arts & Sciences and College of Engineering are working together to create collaborative workspaces in the curriculum. These classes combine perspectives, as dynamic conversations break down traditional stereotypes.  The selected works on display for Kentuck’s March 7 Art Night represent various products influenced by this collaborative approach to the building of objects.

3D Printing, or Rapid Prototyping, has taken a significant new role on The University of Alabama campus.  Both Rodgers Library and the new Engineering 3D Printing Lab provide students and faculty with access and support for various printers.  This technology creates new ways to approach artistic design, and we are excited to share it as part of Art Night!

3D Printing at Kentuck with Arts and Engineering

There’s a LOT going on at March Art Night at Kentuck!

Kentuck’s opening exhibits for March Art Night include “The HELMET Project” by Gary Chapman, “Mastering Pen and Ink” by Barry Wysinger, The featured Clay Place artist will be Fred Mitchell, and In the Courtyard of Wonders, there will be fresh cob oven pizza and live music by GOLIGHTLY. Also in the courtyard, there will be a special metalcasting workshop ( from 5-8 p.m. Participants can make aluminum bowls or platters ($45) or tiles ($15) with metalworkers from Tannehill. Contact Kentuck for more information.