Sculpture Principles: foundation basics – S0202-18

Date: Jun 11 - 15, 2018

Skill Level(s): open to all i

Instructor(s): Jake Weigel

Tuition: $975
Studio Fee: $175
Registration Fee: $45


Add depth to your artistic practice in a fun and engaging workshop that introduces students to the fundamentals of sculpture by exploring basic tools, mediums and principles of design. Students are introduced to several techniques in creating three- dimensional forms with wood, steel, plaster and mixed media. We emphasize essential concepts related to design through development of sketches, abstraction of ideas and formal design throughout the week.

Media & Techniques:

We work with wood fabrication, metal fabrication including cutting and welding, plaster work, a combination of materials and found objects, and finishes.


Students learn from technical demonstrations, lectures, daily projects, one-on-one and group discussions.


Jake Weigel is assistant professor of sculpture at California State University, Stanislaus, with previous teaching experience at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and Anderson Ranch. He has over five years experience as a gallery director and has exhibited widely throughout the U.S., with over 75 group and solo exhibitions. Jake publishes regularly as an arts writer for International Sculpture Center in addition to Eutopia, Temporary Art Review and Number Inc.

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