WORKSHOPS

NOW OPEN FOR 2019-2020 REGISTRATIONS

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Figure Sculpture in PA

November 11 - 16, 2019

Location: Brian Booth Craig Studios in Pennsylvania

This is an intensive six-day course on the techniques and traditions of figure sculpture. Emphasis will be placed upon the systematic study of proportions, basic anatomy, composition, and gesture. This course is also designed to give students a greater understanding and appreciation for the variety of sculptural practices that employ the human form. In addition to modeling the figure from life, this course will include lectures, presentations, discussions, and demonstrations. In this workshop, students will work directly from a model to create a 1/3 scale figure in plastiline over an aluminum armature. This course will entail a total of six studio days with a live model, six hours per day, evening lectures and demos, plus open studio hours in the evenings. Space is limited!

OPTIONAL: MOLD-MAKING WORKSHOP

November 18 - 22, 2019

Open only for participants in the Figure Sculpture class from November 11-16 who wish to make a mold of their piece. Participants will learn to make brush-on silicone rubber molds with a urethane plastic mother mold. Tools will be provided for use during the workshop, and materials are included in the fees.


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Figure Sculpture Workshop in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

December 9-13, 2019

Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

This workshop takes place in the studio of Mario Pitanguy in Rio de Janeiro. https://www.ateliermariopitanguy.com.br/

In this is an intensive five-day workshop, students will work directly from a model to create a 1/3 scale figure in plastiline over an armature. Open to all levels, this course will teach proportions, basic anatomy, composition, and gesture. In addition to modeling the figure from life, this course will include instructions and demonstrations by Brian Booth Craig. Thirty hours studio work. Space is limited to twelve students, Register soon!

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Registrations are open for 2020 Workshops in Rome

There will be two sessions of Rome Art Residencies in 2020:

May 4 - 16, 2020 and May 18 - 30, 2020

Location: Rome

Visit RomeArtResidencies.com for more information about the intensive workshop with guided tours included. We have assembled an all-star team of painters and sculptors to share their knowledge in May 2020.


REGISTRATION IS OPEN AND WORKSHOPS ARE FILLING FAST.



PAST WORKSHOPS

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Figure Sculpting

May 20- June 1, 2019. Rome, Italy.

This course is an introduction to the basic techniques and traditions of figure sculpture through instruction in figure modeling. Emphasis will be placed upon the systematic study of proportions, basic anatomy, composition, and gesture. This course is also designed to give students a greater understanding and appreciation for the variety of sculptural practices that employ the human form through the study of masterworks in Rome. In addition to modeling the figure from life, this course will include lectures, presentations, discussions, and demonstrations. In this workshop, students will work directly from a model to create a 26” figure in plastiline over an aluminum armature. This course will entail a total of ten studio days with a live model, six hours per day, supplemented by trips to museums, churches, and historical sites. This course has a minimum enrollment of 6 participants, and a maximum enrollment of 11 participants.

 
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Sculpting the Figure

March 25–29, 2019 (M-F). Carmel, CA

This course is an introduction to the basic techniques and traditions of figure sculpture through instruction in figure modeling. Emphasis will be placed upon the systematic study of proportions, basic anatomy, composition and gesture.

 
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Sculpting the Figure

December 3-9, 2018. Cape Town, South Africa.

This course is an introduction to the basic techniques and traditions of figure sculpture through instruction in figure modeling. Emphasis will be placed upon the systematic study of proportions, basic anatomy, composition and gesture. This course is being hosted by the Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden in Stellenbosch, and will take place in his remarkable Pavillon.

For more information or to register for the course, contact Douglas via:

Email: douglas@untitled.africa

https://www.untitled.africa/brian-booth-craig

Phone: (+27) 83 9595394