• All Levels
  • Sculpture

This course is an introduction to a broad range of approaches to object making. Through image presentations, demonstrations and hands-on work time in the studio, students will develop technical skills using both traditional and non-traditional materials. These materials include plaster, wire, plasticine, and found objects. Projects will introduce students to the elements of composition in three dimensions as well as the means by which a sculpture can communicate, such as through material, process, line, texture, mass and weight. Additional methods explored will include modeling, additive construction, planar construction, found-object assemblage and installation. An experimental approach to object-making and a sense of discovery are encouraged.


Tuition: $335 | Materials fee $35 | Total $370

Upcoming Sections

CodeInstructorDates & TimeDaysLengthRegister
854Tina Oehmsen-ClarkOct. 11, 2018 to Nov. 29, 2018
TERM - FALL 2018
Thursdays
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
8-week courses$370.00

What you will learn

  • Material
  • Form
  • Planes
  • Line
  • Space (in, out and around)
  • Multiply
  • Display (location, stand)
  • Light
  • Scale
  • Historical overview

Materials to Bring

  • Sketchbook (8.5 x 11”), Pencils
  • Scissors
  • Exacto Knife
  • Needle Nose Plyers
  • Folding Bone
  • Roll of Wire (Dollar Store)
  • Optional: old shirt or apron
 
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