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Copy That! – An Introduction to Casting

This course teaches participants how to make copies of 3D objects through the process of casting. Over six weeks participants will learn how to make block moulds and blanket moulds, how to create an object to cast and how to cast already existing objects. In addition to technical advice this course explores using casting as a conceptual tool, including a visit to BGL’s exhibition Two Thumbs-Up Arts and Crafts to see how they use a similar process in their work.

Takes place over 6 weeks, from October 30-December 4 on Saturdays, from 2:00-3:00 p.m.
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$140
16+ & Adults
6 weeks
10
Evan Furness
Saturdays 2-3 p.m.
Copy That! – An Introduction to Casting Dates

Oct 30-Dec 4

 

Family Discount

A family discount is applied to two or more children from the same family attending the same session.

 

For more information please contact Callista Gilks at 902-628-6134 or artseducation@confederationcentre.com  

 

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