Sculpture is always three-dimensional, always has a point-of-view, and always expresses something from within the artist. Our sculpture classes are designed to let students explore the infinite possibilities of three-dimensional media. Work in traditional media like stone, clay, glass, wood, and metals. Or explore recycled, reclaimed, or unconventional materials as media. Discover your individual process and gain deep understanding of technique as you create meaningful art.
Learn how to achieve many different types of surface decorations, and patterns in a short period of time using slip trailer! In this excitin... More »
Participants will explore the luminous beauty and versatility of encaustic painting in this workshop focused on markmaking. A wide range of ... More »
Wheel Throwing and Hand Building are taught simultaneously in this introductory course. You'll learn centering and tool use for shaping thr... More »
Explore the amazing art of glass beadmaking. Using a bench top torch you will transform colorful Italian glass rods into your own collection... More »
Learn the basic jewelry fabrications skills to create a ring, earrings, pendant, or bracelet using semi-precious stones and sterling silver.... More »
This course builds on the foundation of techniques taught in beginning wheel throwing. The focus will be on improving control of the proces... More »
Encaustic painting, also called painting with wax, is an ancient medium of beeswax, damar resin and pure pigment recognized for its visually... More »
In addition to two courses on how to use color, artist Deborah Kapoor will teach courses in Encaustic Sculpture and in Found Object & Assemblage this quarter. Read more. . .