Concerts from the Library of Congress, 2015-2016

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2016 at 7 PM

Eric Goldemberg playing a 3D guitar

 

Montpelier Room

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A group of experts present the latest developments in 3D concepts and processes and the startling paths they open to create the means of musical performance. A panel discussion and demonstration of Eric Goldemberg’s new 3D-printed guitar follows the presentation, with musician and luthier Scott F. Hall performing.

ANDREW WHEELER

“Sound Source: No One Knows Where Music Comes From” Guitarist and freelance journalist, who covers the exploding field of 3D technology for such publications as engineering.com, 3dprintingindustry.com and lineshapespace.com

ROBERT HOWE, MD

“Micro-computed Tomography and the Repair and Restoration of Antique Wind Instruments” University of Connecticut-Storrs, School of Fine Arts

TATJANA DZAMBAZOVA

“Preservation Through Technology” Technology Whisperer and Product Manager, Reality Capture and Digital Fabrication, Autodesk

ERIC GOLDEMBERG

“3-D Printing: Music Through Architecture” Architect, designer and co-founder of MONAD Studios