Explore the fundamentals of mold making and establish a solid foundation for sculpture in the process. This week-long workshop is designed for students with little to no previous mold making experience, but its comprehensive approach ensures a solid understanding of mold making and casting through a dual lens of technical and conceptual possibilities. Explore various methods and processes that are grounded in reproduction, copies and multiples. Investigate negative and positive space, materiality and composite objects. Participate in generous studio time while you receive training and personal guidance from faculty.
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Using a studio workshop format, students create works that utilize replication as a point of departure. Various mold making demonstrations and lectures inform on the production and development of individual projects.