Ever wanted to copy a three dimensional shape? Molding and casting allows you to copy nearly anything - from hands and fingers to toys and sculptures. This beginners workshop (led by relative novices too), will provide you with hands-on exposure to simple molding and casting.
At this workship, you will:
- be provided with materials for both molding and casting
- make a mold of your thumb or finger
- mix your casting material, and then use your mold to create a solid copy
- take it home!
This workshop will be hosted by hacklab.to, at 170a Baldwin St., Toronto (which is upstairs, above Graffiti's Bar & Grill) on the evening of January 9th 7pm-8:15pm. Workshop participants will be charged $10 to cover the costs of materials.
Event registration is required. Tickets (12 only) are available at:
When & Where
Hacklab.TO is a community space with a diverse membership, including artists, computer programmers, web designers, and hardware hackers. It is inspired by the philosophies of the global hackerspaces movement which encourages people to socialize, share knowledge, and work together on their projects.