Testing Texture: Introduction to Kilncasting

at UrbanGlass - Fort Greene

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Sat, Jan 11, 10:00am - Jan 12, 5:00pm (2 sessions)

Location:
Fort Greene, Brooklyn
647 Fulton St
At Rockwell Pl
Brooklyn, New York 11217
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 6
Teacher: Kellie Krouse

What you'll learn in this glass sculpture class:

This weekend workshop will explore the possibilities of an open-face kilncasting mold. This technique is perfect for capturing the texture of everyday objects both as impressions in clay, or as direct transfers to the mold material. 

Samples, materials, and textures in the studio will be available, or bring your own items to play with. Come with an open mind to learn the basics of this process and see the results of a kilncasting! 

No experience necessary.

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Refund Policy
Enrollment cancellations made outside fourteen (14) days from the first day of class are eligible for a refund. Refunds will not be granted for any cancellations made inside fourteen (14) days from the first day of class, or for withdrawals during class.

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Start Date Time Teacher # Sessions Price
10:00am - 5:00pm Kellie Krouse 2 $560
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Sun, Jan 12 10:00am - 5:00pm Kellie Krouse

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