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An Exploration in Kilncasting

November 3rd - December 15th
Kellie Krouse |

Simply put, kilncasting is the process of using molds to replicate an object in glass through a kiln firing. During this six week class, we will dive into the steps required to execute a kilncast glass object, learning about several different methods along the way. Over the weeks, we'll explore a variety of mold materials to help us get from the original object to a wax model, then finish the class by casting our waxes in glass. Mold materials will include the use of skin-safe alginate and silicone caulking to create molds, as well as clay positives and more! No experience required. 

Class Schedule
  • 6 Sessions: November 3 — December 15
    Thursday, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location
UrbanGlass Studio
647 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Instructor

Kellie Krouse

Kellie Ann Krouse was born and raised in Southern California and is currently living and working in Brooklyn. Having attended New York University, she has developed a practice based in mixed media - with an emphasis on ceramics, textiles, and glass.

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