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Course Description

Metal Casting | Learn the technical, historic and aesthetic aspects of metal casting processes related to sculpture. Develop skills in wax working, mold making, metal casting, metal finishing/chasing and patina applications, with an emphasis on foundry safety. $471 includes $105 fee. Prerequisite: ATS-340 Sculpture 1, ART-135 Sculpture 1: Clay Model and Mix Media, ART-138 Metal Art Fabrication or permission of department chair.

Learner Outcomes

Discuss historical and cultural applications of metal casting; Produce sculptural compositions using metal casting materials, techniques and processes; Apply recommended studio safety guidelines and categorize materials and tools used in metal casting; Assess consistencies and ratios when mixing chemically reactive materials such as sand, resin, and silicone; Identify mold design elements.
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Section Title
Metal Casting
Type
In Person
Days
T
Time
1:15PM to 5:15PM
Dates
Feb 07, 2023 to Mar 14, 2023
Type
In Person
Days
T
Time
1:15PM to 5:15PM
Dates
Mar 28, 2023 to May 16, 2023
Schedule
Contact Hours
50.0
Location
  • Main Campus
Delivery Options
Registration Fee
Drop Request Deadline
Feb 06, 2023
Section Transfer Request Deadline
Feb 06, 2023
Instructors
  • Jin-Nefer Lee
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