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An art installation resembling a TV satellite with a blue light on the bottom of it.

No Prerequisite Needed - An Introduction to Fabrication

12:00PM - 3:00PM
Sep 21 - Nov 23
3.00 CEUs

Joseph P. Pastor Sculptor, designer, prop-maker

The fundamentals for creating three-dimensional objects will be the focus of this course. Demonstrated techniques and processes will cover a broad range of materials, including metal, wood, mold making/casting, fiberglass, silicone, plastics, resins, finishes and paint. Students will also gain hands-on training for installation, sculpture and prop making for films. The goal is to provide contemporary skills to assist in the fabrication of 3D objects and environments. Students can work on approved projects of their choosing, or an assigned project that will be based on their creative interests. If you want to be a "maker," this class is for you.
NOTE: The studio fee includes safety equipment, hand tools, welding equipment, drill bits, saw blades, abrasives, compressed air, lubricants and wood glue, as well as access to only the plaster, wood and metal workshops during posted open access hours, based on facility availability. All other materials must be purchased by the student.


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