Imagining the Inside: Hanging Hollow Core Molds, with Erika Tada
Hollow core kilncasting is a mold-making technique that enables you to cast objects that are sculpted on both the exterior and interior surfaces. This allows you to layer and magnify information visually and conceptually. Topics covered include making multi-part molds, hanging-cores for creating compound forms, firing, and problem solving for creating complex objects. No prerequisites. Advanced students are welcome.
Bay Area / Erika Tada / September 7-11, 2016 (CLB253-0001) / Wednesday-Sunday 10am-6pm / 8 students / $795
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