Class Name :
Wax Carving / Lost Wax Casting • MJJF18231
Class Date :
May 14 - July 30
Meeting Times :
Mon 9am–noon (12 sessions)
Class Location :
About this Class:
In this introductory class students will learn to use wax carving tools, sprue and tree strategies, and the investment and casting process. Standard and experimental casting techniques will be covered, such as organics, mixed metal and stone in place casting.
Develop your skills and expand your jewelry design horizons. Basic tool kits are provided.
This class will visit the museum galleries to study the collection for inspiration.
Where: All classes are held in the Art School Metals studio.
Tools & Supplies: Silver and other metals may be purchased from the Art School for additional fees.
Open Studio: Students must have completed one introductory metals course at the Honolulu Museum of Art School and must be currently enrolled in a class to attend.
Artwork by Cynthia Tanaka
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