We are creating vital professional development offerings and cannot wait to share them with artists and entrepreneurs this year. Here is what to look forward to this spring and summer...
FREE to attend! Please register at one of the links below.
Presented by: Sara Washbush.
Do you love it when your work crosses borders, or is it scary and full of unknowns? Lessen that fear with knowledge specifically geared towards artist-entrepreneurs. Craft Ontario’s “Top 3 Things You Must Know to Export Art and Craft” presentation will be followed by a question and answer period as time allows.
- Kingston: April 20, 5:30 pm, Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning
- Thunder Bay: May 17, 5:30pm, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Register here
- Kitchener/Waterloo: May 30, 6:00pm, Button Factory Arts, Register here
- Haliburton: June 13, 6:00 pm, Haliburton School of Art + Design, Register here
- Toronto: September 28, 6:00pm, Craft Ontario Craft Education Centre, Register here
If you are interested in attending and want to make sure you do not miss news of upcoming Craft Ontario learning events, sign up for our Craft is Happening email list here.
Craft Ontario Craft Education Centre
1106 Queen Street West
Join us for an introduction to 3D modelling and printing workshop led by Fusion 360 evangelist and product designer, Paul Sohi. By the end of the session you will have designed and 3D modelled a vase which can be 3D printed.
This is a great workshop for those interested in the possibilities of 3D printing.
What is Fusion 360 ?
Fusion 360 is a 3D design package created by Autodesk for makers hobbyists, start ups, and professionals. It’s a professional and easy to use package, which combines parametric mechanical design with easy to use free form modelling tools. You can easily export your designs made in Fusion 360 and materialize them on a 3D printer or create a slick render of your design, with the help of the built in render engine.
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Take your work to the international level with our tools and courses!
You get inspiration, strategy, keyword awareness, and the ability to act on must-do steps for going international. Check out these resources:
These resources collectively make up the Craft Export Readiness project, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Ask about our Craft Ontario Trained Exporter designation and logo-- another way to brand Canadian makers as export ready.
As a Craft Ontario member, you have access to 50% off on WorkinCulture’s eLearning Program courses. WorkinCulture’s eLearning Program answers identified skills needs across Ontario’s creative community. Craft professionals/makers, as well as craft organizations can benefit from these materials.