Sculpture (An Introduction) - Learn How to Carve, Cast & Model with Clay

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Length 4 Days
Site West Durrington Campus Map
Attendance Part Time
Course Code DCL717
Day / Time Saturday - 10:00-16:00
Start 20-Oct-2018
Fees
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About this Course

For anyone who would like to explore working in three dimensons but who previously has had little opportunity to do so. Students will be encouraged to work creatively whilst developing their skills in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

 

Course Content

Work will be centred on figurative work and portraiture. Students will be introduced to modelling, carving and casting techniques. A framework within which to explore these media will be provided, whilst the student's own creativity will be encouraged.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to show that you have practised several different sculptural techniques,made decisions on scale and composition, and have produced at least four different sculptural pieces.

Progression/Career Path

You can progress onto either UAL or ACL art courses, which will begin in September 2019. Students wishing to develop their 3D work may wish to progress on to the ACL Intermediate Sculpture Workshop.


You may also include the work completed on this course as part of a portfolio, which you could then use to apply to full-time or part-time degree courses at Northbrook MET.

Other Costs

A set of cold chisels,wire-cutters,mallet/hammer, rifflers,dust mask, protective gloves, goggles. Suitable clothing - long sleeved top and flat leather/steel toe capped /boots shoes. Students may also wish to bring their own clay modelling tools, though there will be some provided.A3 sketchbook.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

The Tutor

Rosie Mortimer BA (Hons) MFA


Artist

What Past Students Say

"Rosie's knowledge and ability to facilitate individual creativity is brilliant Inspiring. I have rekindled skills from being a young art student many years ago."

Course Content

Work will be centred on figurative work and portraiture. Students will be introduced to modelling, carving and casting techniques. A framework within which to explore these media will be provided, whilst the student's own creativity will be encouraged.

What you will achieve

By the end of the course you will be able to show that you have practised several different sculptural techniques,made decisions on scale and composition, and have produced at least four different sculptural pieces.

Progression/Career Path

You can progress onto either UAL or ACL art courses, which will begin in September 2019. Students wishing to develop their 3D work may wish to progress on to the ACL Intermediate Sculpture Workshop.


You may also include the work completed on this course as part of a portfolio, which you could then use to apply to full-time or part-time degree courses at Northbrook MET.

Other Costs

A set of cold chisels,wire-cutters,mallet/hammer, rifflers,dust mask, protective gloves, goggles. Suitable clothing - long sleeved top and flat leather/steel toe capped /boots shoes. Students may also wish to bring their own clay modelling tools, though there will be some provided.A3 sketchbook.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

The Tutor

Rosie Mortimer BA (Hons) MFA


Artist

What Past Students Say

"Rosie's knowledge and ability to facilitate individual creativity is brilliant Inspiring. I have rekindled skills from being a young art student many years ago."