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  • Dave Marin

    Assistant Professor of Modeling Technology

    Email
    marind@newschool.edu

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    Dave Marin

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    Dave Marin is an Assistant Professor of Product Design in the School of Constructed Environments. Dave primarily teaches model making, product design fabrication, and finishing techniques. His various digital and fabrication skills are also used in an artistic practice building scale models and dioramas for photography, building prototypes for clients, and exhibition displays at the New York International Gift Fair, Felissimo, The Artful Home Show, and various student exhibitions at Parsons. Dave has studied at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, and received a BFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art.


    Research Interests

    fabrication,materials,product design,rapid prototyping,sculpture


    Portfolio

    http://davemarinart.com/


    Current Courses

    Build Your Own Factory

    Build Your Own Factory (Spring 2020)

    Design Studio 2

    Design Studio 2 (Spring 2020)

    Design Studio 3

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