Patrick Carmody

Education and Training:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design,
Minnesota Awarded a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Furniture Design, 2007
Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Scandinavia, 2007

Employment and Volunteer Experiences:

Minneapolis College of Art and Design,
3-D Shop Technician / Instructor, 2007-Present
Instructor, Computer Modeling and Making, 2007-Present
Instructor, With Your Own Two Hands: Contemporary Furniture Design, 2010-Present Oversee metal/woodshop, CNC machine, Rapid Prototyping and plastics equipment. Machine repair, maintenance and shop safety enforcer. Advises students and staff on individual and group projects
Franconia Sculpture Park, Summer 2006
Installation Artist and Designer, collaboratively designed and installed public seating area
University of Minnesota, Teaching Assistant, Design Institutes’ Fifth Annual Design Camp, 2005 assisting international sculptors and designers Noam Toran and Shona Kitchen Architectural Model Fabricator, fabricated an 1/8” scale model of a Minneapolis city block from City Plans


MPR News Q, State of the Arts with Marianne Combs, Kidz In the Hall: MCAD grads show off their design chops by Marianne Combs, January 19, 2010 Fargo Forum,
Maker and the Machine, 2009


Kidz In the Hall, MCAD grads show, January 2010-“The Maker and Machine”,
Concordia University, Moorhead, 2009
International Market Square, 2009
Blue Sky Gallery, selected pieces, 2007-2009
MCAD Thesis Exhibition, 2007
MADE @ MCAD Exhibition, 2007
Furniture Design Exhibition for Herman Miller Designs, 2007

Skills and Areas of Interest:

Fabrication Skills: CNC technician/operator, tables saws, planers, jointers, band saws, sanders, routers/router table, drill press, lathe (wood and metal), TIG, MIG and Oxy/Ace Welding of various metals, foundry, casting, solid stock/hollow tube bending, sheet bending, precision grinding, and many various hand tool operations and techniques. Computer Skills: MasterCam, Z-Corp, Form Z architectural and product design 3-Drendering software

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