Students examine the materials and processes for sculpting a portrait, torso, or full figure, using a live model. They learn clay sculpture techniques focused on the use of tools, armatures, anatomy, and proportion, and have the opportunity to explore their individual styles.
The goal is to gain an understanding of the planes of the figure, gestures of the body, and human expression while sculpting the human form.
Tuition includes two bags of clay and model fees. Open to all levels; students receive individual attention tailored to their goals and abilities.
Note: In-person programs are not recorded.
- The instructor is George Tkabladze.
- 8 sessions, 3 hours each (no class November 22)
- This studio arts program is in-person. CDC and Smithsonian COVID-19 guidelines in effect at the time of the program will be followed.