Sculptural Forms Workshop

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Learn the basics of sculptural and 3D forms in this informative 2-day workshop. This class focuses on learning and expanding on the skills needed to create bases/forms that can be used as multidimensional substrates for mosaics or stand-alone sculptural works.  Students learn about form and volume, creating geometric and organic shapes. The class will explore how form, texture, and gesture can be used like a language to communicate ideas and emotions. The class works in clay and polystyrene.

All materials are included. Prerequisites: Mosaic I (was Intro to Mosaics I), Mosaic II (was Intro to Mosaics II).

“Crucially, my skill level, project choice and interests were accepted and affirmed. This dramatically encouraged me for my future work in mosaics.” – E.W., Wisconsin

 

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Date Time Teacher

[Mon-Tues, 1/28-1/29, 2019] [9am-4pm] COOMBS – C7077, [Sun-Mon, 2/10-2/11, 2019] [9am-4pm] COOMBS – C7080

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Dates
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Time
Teacher
01/28 - 01/29
Mon-Tues
9am-4pm
COOMBS
02/10 - 02/11
Sun-Mon
9am-4pm
COOMBS

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