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Through the making of this small steel cube, you will learn a tremendous set of skills that can used to make anything in metal.
Learn to sculpt expressive, anatomically accurate horses with the aid of live models of all shapes, colors, and sizes right in-studio!
Students will deveolp new methods and experiment with new media technology to develop a coherent, gallery-ready body of work.
Sculptural forms can be created using an astonishing array of methods. In this course, students will learn a variety of these methods and also learn about the human form.
Learn the fundamentals for creating a sculptural work, and in so doing, gain extensive knowledge and familiarity with the technical aspects and methodology of creating.
Why be conventional? Visualize and produce different scale sculpture using unconventional and unusual materials for both creating and bounding. The course focuses on design principles, repetition, contrast, rhythm, balance, and movement.
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Students learn to incorporate new innovations with formal elements in anatomy, composition, form, space, values, and technical skills.
Learn the basic traditional technique of terracotta sculpture, including clay-work skills, modeling, and handling the process of the clay from wet to dry then baked in a kiln.
Students attending this class will learn the basics of how to work with silver clay in this introductory workshop.
This beginning/intermediate level class will focus on making tiles and slab work. We will also explore stamped and resist patterns plus other decorative techniques.
This class is an introduction to solid sculpting that will focus on life sized interpretations of the formally revealing and technically demanding process of sculpting the human hand and foot.
Students will expand and develop the tools and languages of their practice.
TIG allows the learner to see exactly what is going on as a weld is executed, up close and without being showered in splatter.
This two hour class, which should be a pre-requisite for most Madagascar Institute classes, will teach you the basics of how to effectively prepare materials using our equipment. You’ll learn to send sparks flying with grinders and cutters, make ridiculous amount of noise and smoke out the other artisans in the shop. Oh, and there are safety tips.
Impress your friends, your older brother, and that cute bartender with your tough new skill. This 3 hour introductory class focuses on the hands-on experience of welding. MIG welding is the handy hot glue, do-all, kind of welding. All sorts of people have come thru Madagascar Institute knowing nothing about a shop and have become capable metal workers-- get your star
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