Nov. 15, 2015 at noon - 3 p.m.
Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02115
Megumi Naitoh, Associate Professor of Art, Emmanuel College
Explore the innovative new way of creating ceramics through 3-D printing. Megumi Naitoh will demonstrate how she uses her homemade 3-D printer and a coiling technique to make ceramic vessels. Compare the results of cups created through traditional methods and those made with this 3-D printer. Afterward, visit the exhibition, “Crafted Objects in Flux” Foster Gallery (158) and discover more dramatic changes in contemporary craft.
Megumi Naitoh is a ceramicist who is originally from Tokyo but currently resides in Boston. She has a BS from San Diego State University and an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art in 3-D/Ceramics. Ms. Naitoh is currently an Associate Professor of Art at Emmanuel College. Learn more about her artwork at www.meguminaitoh.com. The demonstration will take place in the John, Bertram A. and Ronald M. Druker Family Pavilion (Classroom 159).