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February 29, 2020, 2-4 pm
Otis Street Arts Project
3706 Otis St, Mt Rainier, MD 20712
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Free and open to the public
The Washington Sculptors Group is pleased to announce a presentation and demonstration of 3D printing by David Mordini at Otis Street Arts Project on February 29th from 2-4 pm. In recent years, Mordini has been exploring the use of innovative technologies with his artwork, including 3D scanning and printing. These technologies have reshaped his artistic process from the concept stage, to crafting, and finally to exhibiting his work. Join us on the 29th for this informative event and to meet the artist.
David Mordini is an artist who lives and works in the Washington Metropolitan Area. He received his BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in 1995. Mordini’s work was originally selected as part of the permanent collection of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and now is held in the permanent collection at America University. He has served on the boards of The Washington Project for the Arts and the Washington Sculptors Group. In 2015, Mordini co-founded Otis Street Arts Project and is now its sole proprietor and director. This Maryland-based art space features artists’ studios, galleries, and a workshop/maker space. OSAP is an important community gathering and arts exhibition space in the DC metro area.
The WASHINGTON SCULPTORS GROUP (WSG) is a non-profit organization founded in 1984 to promote an awareness and understanding of sculpture. To achieve this goal, WSG fosters the exchange of ideas between sculptors, collectors, art representatives, and the public by organizing exhibitions and events that are free and open to the public.
WSG plans, manages, and promotes 3-4 juried and curated exhibitions each year in galleries, museums and alternative spaces throughout the greater Washington, DC area, in cooperation with other local arts organizations. These high-quality exhibitions give our members opportunities to show their work and raise their visibility within the greater Washington DC region.
Photo Credit: Sacrificial Mourner, photo courtesy of the artist.