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May 2020

NEW Steel Sculpture

May 15 - May 17

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Metalworking can feel like you are a wizard with magic powers, or a Jedi learning how to use a lightsaber! In this work shop you will learn the basics of metal sculpture starting with the fundamentals of gas, arc, and MIG welding, oxy fuel cutting, bending, and forging of mild steel.

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June 2020

Open Studio/Alumni Week

June 1 - June 5

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If you ever thought you would like to utilize the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center as your own studio, this is your chance! This week will be ideal for anyone who has taken a workshop during the CSSC’s history and would like to finish a piece or start a new one.

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Steel Sculpture

June 22 - June 26

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Things are going to warm up in this five-day exploration of the various aspects and possibilities of steel sculpture.

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Bronze Casting

June 27 - June 28

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Learn about the wonderful world of molten bronze.

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July 2020

Metal Sculpture and Technique Immersion

July 11 - July 12

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Whether your creative vision is functional or fanciful, bring it to the intersection of industrial technique and visual artistry.

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The Language of Metal Sculpture

July 27 - July 31

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Refresh your expressive spirit by learning new skills in metalwork that can help you realize your individual vision in sculpture.

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September 2020

Open Studio/Alumni Week

September 7 - September 11

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If you ever thought you would like to utilize the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center as your own studio, this is your chance! This week will be ideal for anyone who has taken a workshop during the CSSC’s history and would like to finish a piece or start a new one.

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October 2020

Welded Steel Assemblies

October 2 - October 4

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This three-day course is designed to challenge the artist’s imagination to create sculptures from steel and stainless steel shapes that were once industrial scrap.

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