about our distinguished faculty through detailed resumes, statements &
essays, and examples of their work.
- Academic Metalsmith
ACMET-L serves as an open forum for those concerned about the state
of "academic metalsmithing." Topics range from craft/art theory to
course syllabi. Participants are independent smiths, professionals,
college and university faculty and their students. Some programs
take part in the discussion as an extension of their seminar
- Academic Metalsmith History
Project: History of the
metals discipline researched by Lori Kraus, Jessica Moran, and
- Tyler M/J/C-C Graduate Applicants
FAQ's: Frequently asked questions by applicants
- Tyler M/J/C-C
Online CAD/CAM I: This online course is based on the use of
Rhinocerous 3-D NURBS modeling software for the Windows operating
system. It is directed to jewelers, product designers and sculptors
who wish to create solids models and tangible objects via STL file
export to rapid prototyping systems.
Here we offer
links to useful information and tools for getting the most out of the
net and links to other Craft/Art/CAD-CAM/RPT** sites and resources.
- Craft/Art Points of Interest
- Related Newsgroups/Mailing Lists
- Technical Resources
- Computer Aided Design - Computer Aided Manufacture.
Prototyping Technology, or Auto-Fab(rication), or Desktop
Manufacturing, or Federation Replicators (well, not really), or
SFF (Solid Free Form Fabrication/Manufacturing), call it what you
- *Tyler M/J/C-C Definitions
- Virtual - An
object created in 3-D computer space, which is meant to exist and
can only exist in the digital environment.
- Actual - A
complete 3-D object, created in computer space, that currently exists in digital form,
- which if processed via
fabrication, will result in a physical object.
- Tangible - An
actual that now has a physical existence.
Area Gallery : group
photos of metals seminar, and links to M.F.A. galleries.
the work of current M/J/C-C undergraduates and graduates in our CAD-CAM and HANDWORK galleries.
Generated Jewelry : An exhibition of work by Stanley Lechtzin, his
Students, and Alumni/ae of Tyler School of Art, Temple University at
the invitation of the Cedar Crest College Art Department, March 18 -
April 9, 2000.