Sat, Apr 20
9:30am - 2:30pm
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In this popular one-day workshop, you'll have the opportunity to carve your own stone, an art form that is not typically accessible. For beginners and experienced sculptors alike, you'll be guided through the process of looking into the rock for imagery, carving into material, planning and forming a sculpture, and using tools. Hand-carving techniques...
Saturday Apr 20th, 9:30am - 2:30pm
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Glass Blowing Experiences are safe and fun with little time commitment. Each experience lasts about 15min to 20min (except for glasses which are 30-40min) With the help of an instructor; you will create a beautiful piece of glass. Our projects consist of glass paperweights, ornaments, floats, flowers, hearts, and glasses. You can expect to add color,...
Saturday May 4th, 12:45pm - 1pm
Monday Aug 5th, 9am - 12pm(4 sessions)
This class is ideal for someone who would like to get the full glassblowing experience. Over the course of the weekend, we will develop an understanding of the wonderful material of hot glass. We will start with exercises to build skills, each skill builds onto the next. We will be making solid work the first day and moving towards blowing glass the...
Saturday May 25th, 9am - 1pm(2 sessions)
After a short discussion of composition ideas and techniques, class will put those themes into practice with a photo walk across the Public Garden, past the ducklings, then to Beacon Hill. Historic Acorn Street, elegant Louisburg Square, then up Mt. Vernon to the Shaw Memorial (54th regiment), the finest public sculpture in America. Class will also...
Saturday Jun 1st, 11am - 2pm
Learn how to carve stone (alabaster) and learn all parts of this fascinating ancient medium. Beginning/intermediate/advanced students are all welcomed. You will learn the whole process of stone carving from the beginning chisels, to the files and finishing process. Students are encouraged and helped to produce the type of work that interests...
Explore volume, space, line, and texture to discover how each relates to building and carving three-dimensional forms. Work with plasticine, wax, wood, and stone with a concentration on abstract forms and the human torso. Students are responsible for providing their own supplies.
Focus on a combination of hand-building and throwing on wheel, as well as mastering glazing techniques. Excellent facilities and individual instruction by a professional studio potter. Class is for beginners to intermediate. Fee includes clay, glazes, firing.
Come enjoy your morning java and dig into clay in this workshop designed to let your creative juices flow! Students will learn to use simple molds along with basic ceramic construction techniques to make a useful or sculptural piece of art! All materials included.
Bring your partner and get your hands dirty during this evening designed to let your creative side go wild! Work together to make a joint project or create individual pieces side by side. Two perfect date nights for you and your valentine.
This workshop is for beginners who want to try their hand in sculpture. Students will make a small sculpture from a live/nude model exploring a blocking method approach to the figure using clay. Students are responsible for providing their own supplies.
Study the anatomy and gesture of a live model in a variety of poses. Practice short studies to explore themes of abstraction and interpretation. Using a wire armature, form the figure, then create a sculpture using Klean Klay (a form of plasticine). The class will have the same model for two weeks in the same pose.
Spring is here. Celebrate the end of winter with a week of making. This week typically coincides with Rocket Day (on a Saturday), sculpture building, and the Cambridge Science Festival for piles of DIY goodness.
Study the human figure and experiment with different drawing techniques using a variety of media including leads, colored pencils and conte crayons.Learn to measure bodily proportion and compare stylistic differences in classical art from the MFA collections of figurative work in the galleries to find underlying ideas, themes, and a common language....
Explore clay and color from a new perspective in this relaxing and enriching class. Through a series of evocative exercises, we will create work that expresses personal images, using line, color and form, working on soft clay, paper and bisque-fired pieces. Students will learn basic hand-building techniques and take home work that reflects their...