Make Omaha Makers: Interview with Tim Guthrie with Creighton University
March 4th, 2020 | Kimberly Hwa Davis, Community Learning Specialist
Make Omaha is a FREE family friendly, innovation and technology showcase celebrating local tech-driven makers, inventors and businesses who are using state-of-the-art tools in their work.
Meet Tim Guthrie with Creighton University.
Introduce Yourself! – Who are you and what do you do for fun/work/education, etc?
Tim Guthrie is a professor at Creighton University and is an artist, filmmaker, and teaches everything from filmmaking to 3D printing.
What do you make?
Full color 3D prints.
What are you planning to show at Make Omaha?
We will exhibit the work produced at Creighton University by design students in the department of Computer Science, Design and Journalism. Tim Guthrie leads projects and classes on full color 3D printing and will exhibit his work, as well as the work of students.
In addition to the full color 3D printing done at Creighton University, we will also feature some of the work from the Museum of Alternative History exhibit at the Kaneko two years ago. These projects include full color 3-D printing, more traditional 3-D printing, laser cut projects, and related technologies.
What are you looking forward to seeing at Make Omaha from other participants?
Come see the works by Creighton University students and Tim Guthrie and all our other makers at Make Omaha on Saturday, March 14th from 10am – 3pm!