Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Mold making/ concrete and fiberglass casting class

There are still a few days to sign up for this weekends workshop at the Washington Glass School!

Class 626
Mold Making/ Concrete and Fiberglass Casting

Need a great industrial material to compliment your glass? Try Concrete! Want to learn how to make strong yet lightweight castings? Forton MG, a non-toxic type of fiberglass! In this class we will explore possibilities in flexible mold-making, concrete and fiberglass casting. We will make tiles, proper rubber molds, and play with concrete and fiberglass. You will walk away with a few finished pieces and the knowledge to tackle larger scale work. This is a terrific and easy beginners two-day workshop.

Instructor Sean Hennessey
Dates Sat/Sun May 5/6
Tuition $200 plus $50 materials fee


email or call to register:
washglassschool@aol.com
202.744.8222

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish I could take this class...I live in Florida though...If you don't mind me asking, what resources have you utilized to learn how to make your flexible molds? Are there any books that you can suggest?

thanks!

Scenic Artisan said...

i learned by studying sculpture in college, then 10 years of backstage work in theatre, in addition to my own work as an artist.

My main source of knowledge was trial and error with as many materials as i could play with.

To my knowledge there are no adequate books.

Carla Sonheim said...

I would also love to take your class. About the book... maybe you should write one!! Great work.