Shapeshifters: 3D Printing the Future

XYZ Workshop, InBloom, 2014.Showcasing works by seven Australian and one international maker, this exhibition explores how 3D printing has revolutionized the way we design, produce and apply products in our everyday lives.

Artist creations on display include jewellery, fashion, furniture and prosthetics, all created with 3D printing technology. 

A series of workshops will accompany the exhibition including hands-on opportunities for adults and children to design and print their own 3D objects.

Workshops will be held during National Science Week on 11 & 12 August:

Introduction to 3D Printing

3D Printing Immersion
Lousje Skala, Calgary Necklaces and Link Bracelets, 2015.

The exhibition is included with Museum entry.

Additional fees apply for workshops. Bookings are essential.


Shapeshifters is an Australian Design Centre touring exhibition developed in partnership with Western Plains Cultural Centre.

Australian Design Centre is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. Australian Design Centre is assisted by the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW, and the Australian government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Image credits:

XYZ Workshop (Kae Woei Lim and Elena Low), InBloom, 2014. Polylactic Acid (PLA). Boaz Notman. 2014.

Lousje Skala, Calgary Necklaces and Link Bracelets, 2015. 3D printed nylon, hand dyed, CNC milled, vacuum aluminum. Boaz Notman. 2014.




Event Details

19 May 2018 - 02 September 2018
Free with Admission

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