Spring Break: 2D Vinyl Design and Cutting

Mar 26 - Mar 30

Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Starts: March 26, 2018 - March 30, 2018

Ages 9-13
Materials: $40  Instruction: $450  Total: $490
Learn the basics of 2 dimensional, vector based graphic design to design stickers, fold-up shapes (machine-cut oragami-like creations), logos, t-shirt designs and more. Then bring your creations into the real world using a CNC (computer numerical control) vinyl cutter. Anticipated take-home items include a vinyl sticker in the shape of the student’s name, a fold-up nightlight/small lamp, a personal logo sticker designed by the student, and a t-shirt with the student’s personal logo design on it.
Rustom Meyer will teach this workshop. You can see his bio below. Enroll by Feb 15 for a 5% discount.
Minimum class size: 3
Maximum class size: 5

Rustom Meyer, Instructor

MandRRustom Meyer is an engineer, an entrepreneur, an educator, a craftsperson, an inventor, and a relentless optimizer. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science Cum Laude, and a Masters of Engineering in Biological and Environmental Engineering (also from Cornell). He holds a Professional Engineer’s license in Environmental Engineering.  For his whole life, Rustom has had a deep and abiding need to work with his hands, a need he has satisfied over the years by making toys, ceramics, jewelry, lamps, solar power systems, and flashlights (among other things). His ‘hands-on’ skills include soldering, welding, laser cutting, 3D printing, circuit diagnostics, screen printing, bicycle maintenance, powder coating, construction, plumbing, and wild plant identification/foraging.

He taught craft and technology to students of all ages at Techshop DC-Arlington for nearly four years. Additionally he has taught the same subjects to a younger audience at many summer camps, Maker Faires, and after school programs.

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