Clay and Paper Modeling with National Geographic’s Fernando Baptista

Learn how to use 3D models to advance your crafting and/or storytelling skills with Fernando Baptista of National Geographic.

In this hands-on session, Baptista will demo his work and teach you how to create clay and paper sculptures that depict what cameras can’t. You don’t have to be an expert sculptor to attend this session — just come with a desire to learn!

Fernando Baptista

Senior Graphics Editor for National Geographic

The Spanish-born artist developed and defined his graphic skills at El Correo in Spain. Upon moving to America, Baptista accepted a position at National Geographic as Senior Graphics Editor. This position gives Baptista a platform to freely experiment with a varying number of mediums and collaborators, including sculpture. The two-time, Emmy-nominated artist has also won the Peter Sullivan Award — sometimes referred to as “The Pulitzer Prize” for infographics — from Malofiej.

When & Where
Sun, Oct 21, 2018 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM EDT
National Geographic (M Street building, 4th floor cafeteria)
1145 17th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20036