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Presentations, Panel Discussions, Podcasts

Multicolor Clay 3D Printing

This presentation on multicolor ceramic 3D printing was created as part of the National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts in March of 2021. The 2021 conference was held remotely due to the COVID pandemic. The presentation focuses on the development and refinement of a two-color 3D printing process in clay. It also focuses on several years of experimentation and development of custom clay printing tools. 

Robots and the Human Hand: from Automation to Improvisation in Digital Fabrication

NorthWest Ceramics Foundation: Bryan Cera and Tom Lauerman in conversation with Jennifer Woodin, February, 2024

Clay, Computation, and Culture

Presented by: Jonathan Keep & Tom Lauerman at NCECA 2018

Red Clay Rambler Podcast
Episode 321

Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Tom Lauerman, an artist and educator who is working with a consortium of over 200 researchers to develop personal protective equipment for medical personnel during the COVID-19 outbreak. In our interview we talk about the evolution of PPE designs and how rapid prototyping using 3D printers has made daily progress possible. We also discuss the ideas behind Tom’s ceramic sculpture and his work as an educator at Penn State University. April 2020

The Wise Fool Podcast

Discussion with Ceramic 3D Printer + Researcher Tom Lauerman (USA). We discussed:
Running art workshops, 3D printing, Art vs Craft, Art education, Mentorship, Craftsmanship, Artistic concepts, Gender imbalance, Open source software, NFT’s, Royalties.

People + Places mentioned:
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Anni Albers, Helena Sarin, Matthew Plummer Fernandez, Zach Lieberman, Shannon Goff, Prusa 3D printers 

from 2021

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