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Bronze Casting - Introductory

Haliburton School of Art + Design

Enrol in Bronze Casting - Introductory

Course Code: ARTS1714

Discover the ancient art of metal casting in sand, a technique still current in industry throughout the world. Work with this interesting casting medium as you learn how to make moulds and discover safe, effective methods of getting molten metal into the cavity. Create small scale, pure bronze artefacts such as brooches, pendants, belt buckles, small plaques, figurines or other small objects. You will also work with polymer clay to make basic foundry patterns that will be cast in bronze. There are endless challenges in sand casting; instruction will allow you to experiment, on a small scale, with the possibilities of the medium. The basics of metal finishing will also be covered, to put a pleasing highlight on your work.

Some courses require additional textbooks and/or materials. Please visit your campus bookstore in-person or online: Peterborough Bookstore or Lindsay Bookstore.

Attend this course in person

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (9:00am - 4:30pm)
Section: 41 | Instructor: Stewart Smith
Location: Haliburton Campus
Registration will begin March 01, 2018 at 8:30 am

There will be a material fee of $70 payable to the instructor.

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