With 3D printers becoming more common by the day, the future is now. People have now printed just about everything, from jewelry and action figures to machine and body parts. Now, U.K.-based ceramics professor Jonathan Keep
is using a 3D printer to make clay pots: a method which would likely seem Jetson-level crazy to the people who were throwing clay forms as early as 400 B.C.
Keep will visit Boise State University for a lecture and two-day drop-in workshop. Boise State students, staff and faculty, and high school students, can join in for free, while others can participate by donation. Stop by and see where art and technology meet.