ARTS 3850: Foundry and Metal Sculpture

4 Credits

Are you interested in participating in a human tradition that is at least 8,000 years old? In this course, you will collaborate with the elements: earth, water, wind, and fire to create artwork using different mold techniques for casting metal and pouring bronze and aluminum. Using studio practices, we will investigate the historical and contemporary methods and concepts of mold making and casting metal. Metal casting processes are by nature a social act. In this course, please be ready to help each other, whether by helping brainstorm ideas, helping preparing materials, cleaning areas, or giving a hand to lift something– this is all part of the making process and our shared learning experience in the foundry. prereq: ARTS 1802

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