The Cannery at South Penobscot, a venue known for its support of contemporary sound explorations, is currently hosting its 2nd Annual Sound Installation Festival, with an extension of its calendar until Sunday, October 22. One of the IMRC’s own, N.B. Aldrich, is exhibiting in the festival, and one of […]
John Olson and his company 3D Photoworks are recreating famous works of art so that persons will visual disabilities can experience them. By using sandstone 3D printers, like the one we have here at the IMRC Center, they are able to print 3D reliefs in color. The reliefs allow the […]
Hey all! Check out the nifty CNC job we did for the Veterans Memorial in the Student Union! If you’d like to see the finished project, head over to the Student Union!
Check out the latest project from Wade Warman! This piece, titled “Deus Ex Machina” was done entirely using the laser cutters at the IMRC! Wowwie-wow-WOW!!!! If you’re interested in learning how he did it, stop by the IMRC labs! Who knows, you might just find the divine inspiration you’ve […]
The cats over in the sculpture program and the gang here at the IMRC have created a super group of artists using 3D printers to make positives for bronze, aluminum, and GLASS castings (That’s right! Glass casting! Wicked!) Stop by […]
What a perfect match! The fine folks over in printmaking and the gang in the IMRC labs have teamed up to work together using new technologies (laser etching and CNC) to compliment the traditional methods of printmaking! I can’t wait to […]