In partnership with Waltham Forest Council
Sean is a creative problem solver and technologist who uses design to create new solutions for unique challenges. He is trained in digital art but he is working increasingly in the physical world via 3d printing and sculpting. In July 2020 he held a gallery show at the William Morris Gallery, where he created 3d printed/ plywood cabinets that resemble local buildings which collect donation for food charities. His seven Mini Food banks in Walthamstow & across those banks they generated over 4000 items of food donations in the form of canned foods.
Sean will be using the space to create more food banks and plywood cabinets for a local food bank. As an active workspace he will bring in 3d printers and use the studio to scale up the work he has been doing and make a lot more food banks in a concentrated period.
16th Dec 6:30-9pm
Masterclass Creative tech for designers, craftspeople and artists -
17th Dec 6:30-8pm
Discovery Session - teens and young adults -
16-17th Dec drop ins 12-5pm
Pop up Open house- by invite industry, council and education providers
Contact Sean Rodrigo directly for for more information:
Roisin specialises in Morris’s international links and influences. She has curated various exhibitions including ‘William Morris and the Bauhaus’ (2019), ‘Distant Fellowship: Morris & South Asia’ (2021) and ‘Young Poland’ (currently on display). Following a post-graduate degree from the Bard Graduate Center, New York, Roisin worked at the V&A Museum, Historic Royal Palaces and Teien Museum, Tokyo. She is currently developing an exhibition exploring Morris’s relationship with the Japanese mingei craft movement.