ARC funded Research – Case studies for value added textile upcycling and figurative ceramic scanning/plant-based resin printing

With Funding from Langara’s Applies Research Centre Philip (Langara Fine Arts Faculty and Makerspace Coordinator) will be conducting two case studies with students from Langara and Colleagues from Emily Carr University (Justin Novak faculty in Ceramics and Illustration).

For case study one, students will be hired to investigate the capacity of the Makerspace’s new Feltloom machine to transition denim and wool textile waste into usable yard goods. We hope to further partner with the City of Richmond in advancing their circularity goals. Stay Tuned!

For case study two, students will be hired to investigate the digitization of Justin’s figurative ceramic work with out the Makerspace’s Space Spider 3D scanner and our Anycubic plant based resin printers.

More information:

Textile Upcycling >

Scan & Print >