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5(7 reviews)
Come and join this six day course taking place over two weekends, in which the participants will be shown how to make a bronze sculpture from scratch!
Woolwich
£590 pp
Six session course
Beginner
Next available date:10th September 2021
What happens in this class?

Come and join this six day course taking place over two weekends, in which the participants will be shown how to make a bronze sculpture from scratch!

In this course

This course runs over 6 days and will take place over two weekends. Participants will make a bronze sculpture from the initial wax-process to the final bronze sculpture, which will end in the bronze pour.

  • Day 1 Introduction to Melting point Practical wax demonstration How to work with wax eg wax welding, taking wax from a mould, wax sheet making / casting from alginate to create a wax

  • Day 2…
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Things to remember

Due to Covid 19 you must wear your own face mask on arrival.

For everyones' safety we have small class sizes, a new cleaning regime and extra covid safety measures.

Gloves and all additional PPE will be provided.

At the beginning of each course/workshop your tutor will go over…

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Latest Reviews
5(7 reviews)
Christina - September 30th
The London Sculpture Workshop is a very special place and the course on bronze casting was brilliant! This is my second bronze course because I am so impressed with what I have managed to achieved on it and it is such good value for money! Giles is a gifted and excellent Tutor managing the diverse needs of the different individuals in our group, all working with different ideas/concepts. I look forward to going again. It’s hard work but wonderful! Thank you!
Gavin - September 25th
With some great teaching/support from Giles, came out of the 6 day course having learnt loads and some pieces that I am very happy with.
Liz - September 21st
Fantastic, highly recommended. Giles worked very heard to ensure that all students aspirations were met and everyone ended up with finished work to take home. He's a great teacher and LSW is an invaluable resource.
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London Sculpture Workshop is an independent sculpture studio in Woolwich, South East London, located within Thames Side Studios, offering exceptional facilities for artists and those interested in making three-dimensional work.

Our short course programme covers a wide variety of technical and skill-based processes, taught by practicing artists in superbly equipped workshops. We teach a range of skills including welding, casting, mould making, metal and wood work, ceramics and hot metal practices.

London Sculpture Workshop is a not-for-profit, community interested company, established in 2012 by artists Giles Corby and Jessica Mello, trained at RCA and Slade. LSW…

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London Sculpture Workshop
Woolwich
Unit 0, Harrington Way
SE18 5NR
London
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Reviews

Christina - September 30th
The London Sculpture Workshop is a very special place and the course on bronze casting was brilliant! This is my second bronze course because I am so impressed with what I have managed to achieved on it and it is such good value for money! Giles is a gifted and excellent Tutor managing the diverse needs of the different individuals in our group, all working with different ideas/concepts. I look forward to going again. It’s hard work but wonderful! Thank you!
Gavin - September 25th
With some great teaching/support from Giles, came out of the 6 day course having learnt loads and some pieces that I am very happy with.
Liz - September 21st
Fantastic, highly recommended. Giles worked very heard to ensure that all students aspirations were met and everyone ended up with finished work to take home. He's a great teacher and LSW is an invaluable resource.
Gillian - November 2nd
I thoroughly enjoyed the bronze casting course. Giles worked extremely hard on all of our behalfs to ensure that we ended up with pieces to be proud of. I have a renewed appreciation for the medium and the time and effort involved in producing bronze artefacts. I will look to attend a further course in the future.
Arthur Lo - October 13th
Giles, my instructor for the bronze casting course, was brilliant. The atmosphere in the studio was great, and I found the class very enjoyable. Giles is also beyond knowledgeable, being a professional artist himself he has a very good eye and is instinctive about the execution of a design. I would highly recommend this course.
Jay - October 11th
This. Was. INCREDIBLE! I was a complete beginner but there were a range of experience levels & they catered for us all. I learnt so many techniques, processes & how to use a range of tools. Everything was hands-on & the teachers put so much energy & expertise into supporting us. HIGHLY RECOMMEND
Emilie - June 6th
The London Sculpture Workshop is a gem of a place I totally recommend! I loved its atmosphere so much I attended all of the short courses they offer. Inspiring tutors – all practising artists, a great variety of classes - from metal work to bronze casting or wood furniture design, in super well equipped workshops. There I met students with very different profiles and objectives, from practising artists willing to upgrade their skill-set or experiment with new processes & materials, to absolute beginners wanting to just “do things with their hands”. They also offer a open access scheme to a versatile metal and wood workshop where you can develop your own creative projects in your own rhythm, once you feel confident to go autonomous. Truly brilliant place! Emilie