Constructing a Hollow Core Mold

August 10th - August 12th
Adrianne Evans |

This course will focus on all the steps to make a hollow form in cast glass. We will start by building a wax vessel, considering the interior and exterior surfaces and positive and negative possibilities. We will then work through the steps of sprueing our models, constructing a core armature, pouring a core for the mold, and creating the exterior mold. The class will cover a wide range of technical information at each of these stages. Students will then learn the protocols for loading molds into the kiln, firing, and learn about divesting finished pieces. Actual divestment will be done after class ends, as the molds will fire for multiple days. Conversations about individual designs, glass flow, and annealing will also be provided. This course will best suit students with some previous moldmaking experience.

Adrianne Evans
Weekend | 3 sessions: August 10-12
Friday, August 10, 6:00 - 10:00pm
Saturday & Sunday, August 11-12, 12:00 - 5:00pm

Class Schedule
  • Weekend | 3 Sessions: August 10 — August 12
    Friday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location
UrbanGlass Studio
647 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Instructor

Adrianne Evans

I grew up in the state of Pennsylvania, where twice a month I traveled through the Pocono Mountains and was fascinated by miles of road cuts. I received my undergraduate degree from Alfred University in the glacial region of New York State where I studied sculpture and glass and took the geology and astronomy courses that still inspire much of my work.

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