On Saturday 12th November students from Chatham and Clarendon Grammar school hosted ‘Technology in Art’ an educational 3D printing studio at the Turner Contemporary Gallery in Margate. The event was open to the public and aimed at 8 – 14 year olds.
The studio was a brilliant success. 1846 members of the public interacted with the studio. Elements of the studio included a 3D printed robot competition, 3D pen activities, 3D scanning, and talks on the Ultimaker 3D printer. Thanks must go to CREATE Education for sponsorship and the stars of the show the students who were outstanding ambassadors for our school, the 3D printing community, and the local creative community.
“Thank you so much to you and your students for delivering such a brilliant and successful 3D printing workshop this Saturday. It was really popular with the visitors and great to see the space being used this way. Please can you pass on my thanks to all the students involved, they were wonderful ambassadors for the school and the gallery.”
Jennifer Scott – Turner Contemporary schools officer
“What a Great idea, really engaging for kids, your students were so knowledgeable. Well done CCGS!”
Member of the Public – Event comments book
“Great fun and very helpful pupils. They are a credit to CCGS. I learnt a lot about 3D pens and printers!”
Edmond – Event comments book
“Hugely interesting informative and engaging! Very helpful and enthusiastic students! Thank you CCGS”
Ian – Event comment book