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Moldmaking and Casting

at Stone Branch School of Art - Rockville

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Rockville
1331-M Rockville Pike
At Country Club Rd
Washington, District of Columbia 20852
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 12
Teacher: Melvin Butler

What you'll learn in this sculpture class:

This class will teach you techniques for creating molds and casting from an original work . Whether your original is made of clay, stone or plaster creating a mold will make it possible to reproduce that work in various mediums including plaster, foam and resin.

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School: Stone Branch School of Art

Stone Branch School of Art

Stone Branch School of Art is an established multi-media fine arts school dedicated to expanding the artistic abilities of students of all ages. Stone Branch offers art instruction to children from age 4-adult. Our teachers are professionals in their fields many with advanced degrees in studio art or...

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