3D Innovator in Residence - New deadline July 24, 2015

July 17, 2015 | Dawn

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Toronto Public Library is hiring a 3D artist for a unique and fun job: our Fall 2015 Innovator in Residence.
The six-week residency will take place September-October at the Digital Innovation Hub at Toronto Reference Library.
The recently-opened Hub is a learning and creation space that gives anyone with a library card access to a wide range of digital tech, including: 3D Printers, Autodesk 123D Design, OpenSCAD, Sculptris, NetFabb, Meshmixer, and ZBrush.

  Image courtesy of TPL Staff Alex D who designed a set of three images for this years TCAF Festival

The Innovator in Residence's job will include the following tasks:
* Meet with customers to critique and answer questions about their 3D Design and 3D Printing projects
* Create and offer  programs and workshops for the public related to 3D design and printing
* Post on the Innovation Hubs Blog (this blog)
See the job posting (PDF) for full details - including info on how to apply. Deadline to apply is Friday July 24, 2015.
The Innovator in Residence program takes place twice a year at the Digital Innovation Hub. Each residency focuses on a different aspect of the technology offered through the Hub.

Please help us spread the word to those you think would be interested and who would make a great candidate!

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