About this Event
Instructor - Melissa Glick
Melissa Glick studied Art History & Art Education at SUNY and MassArt. She participates in many shows in the area. She cites her imagination, resourcefulness, and serendipity as inspiration for her work.Class Description
Are you looking for a fun, creative way to spend a Sunday afternoon? Do you want to learn how to make sculpture using disassembled computers and recycled imagery?
Join me while I share my unique method of creating bold, dynamic sculpture. We will be following in the tradition of Picasso, the Surrealists, Louise Nevelson, and Joseph Cornell, who all used found objects in very different ways. You will fall in love with the process of taking apart technology and seeing the variety of incredible and inspiring shapes and materials. You will gain skill in construction and assemblage.Material Fee
The materials fee for this class is $25. This is separate from the ticket price and is to reimburse the instructor for any tools or materials used in this class. This will be paid once, directly to the instructor at the start of the first class meeting. This instructor accepts payments in Cash, Check, or Venmo.Class Goals
Use various screwdrivers and power drills to take apart a hard drive.
Use your imagination and ability to see objects as abstract shapes, and make a composition using balance, contrast, scale, and repetition.
Experiment with combining color and pattern with shape and form.
Use Mod Podge to make a collage on a wooden surface.
Learn various methods for attaching parts to wood including epoxy, power drill and screws, dremels to drill holes, and wire.Material Supplied
Wood surface, glue, paper, tools, computer parts, and recycled paper for collage.Students Should Bring
Comfortable clothes that can get dirty, imagination, and good mood.Prerequisites
Students must be 14 years old. All students under 18 must be accompanied by and under the direct supervision of a responsible adult.Class Policies
Learn more about our class and ticket cancelation policies here.
Please email [email protected] with any questions.
*Sales end 24 hours before the start of the class to allow the instructor and staff time to prep.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Artisan's Asylum, 96 Holton Street, Boston, United States