High School Art Workshops
Art workshops run Mondays & Wednesdays, or Tuesdays & Thursdays, March 29 - April 18, 2016.
If you're currently in high school and are serious about your art, consider participating in our three-week High School Art Workshops series. Two nights a week for three weeks, participants will sample majors, expand their artistic skills, and develop their portfolio while experiencing what college life can be like for an art major.
Led by professional artists and designers who are Keystone alumni and part of our esteemed art department faculty, these workshops are designed with your future in mind. Choose your favorite and we will do our best to place you in the workshop of your choice.
Workshop costs: $175 per session.
Digital 3-D Modeling
Students will be introduced to additive manufacturing and Keystone College’s new KC3D Center. With industry standard software and specialized printers, students will explore the exciting world of three dimensional modeling and printing. Projects will be developed from virtual 3D computer models into actual sculptural objects printed on state of the art 3D printers.
This course allows you to explore a number of approaches to drawing the figure while utilizing a variety of materials. Students in the past have been delighted to see their drawings improved as they worked directly from a live mode.
Students will have the unique and exciting opportunity to work in our hot shop and learn the basics of glass blowing. Instruction will include how to safely work with the tools and material while making a variety of shapes including flowers, paperweights, and cups.
Sculpture: Aluminum Casting
Students will learn the basics of the medium of sculpture and the process of hot metal casting. The class moves through the entire process from wax or found object models, through mold-making, and finally to the exciting event of casting in recycled aluminum.
How to sign up
2. Download Application & Signature form and bring to first night of class.