Winter and Spring 2021 continuing education classes are being taught remotely. Studio classes have live remote meetings. Basic requirements to take a class are an internet connection, computer, and an internet linked camera (like a cell phone). Most classes will be hosted through Zoom or MassArt Moonami. For specific course requirements, contact the CE office at ce@massart.edu or your instructor.

Discover a wide range of materials, including wood, different types of metals, clay, plaster, mixed media, glass, fiber and more.

In this course you will design in two-dimensions and three-dimensions, and learn how to transform flat paper into moving sculpture. Three different categories of pop-ups will be introduced: those that become dimensional while in motion, those that become dimensional when open fully, and constructions that combine multiple parts. These paper … Read more

Start Date

01/27

Meeting Day

Wednesdays

End Date

02/17

Faculty

Stephanie Mahan Stigliano

Time

7pm–9pm

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With a focus on felting techniques, you will lean wet felting, needle felting, and a combination of both to make irresistibly soft sculptures. We will also explore felting around armatures, using molds, resists, and incorporating other materials. This workshop will consist of demonstrations, experimenting, and guided work time in which … Read more

Start Date

02/27

Meeting Day

Saturdays

End Date

03/06

Faculty

Rachel Montroy

Time

10am–4pm

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How do you make art without depending on conventional machines and tools? In this workshop, we will discover how to create temporary and permanent sculptures with readily available materials and using our hands as tools. We will explore various methods including drawing, collaging, stacking, and weaving to build three-dimensional forms. Materials … Read more

Start Date

03/16

Meeting Day

Tuesdays

End Date

04/20

Faculty

Loretta Park

Time

6:30pm–9:30pm

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Create imaginative silhouettes and wearable soft sculpture for performance, photography and the Fashion runway. Receive a wearable art review as you discover the sculptural possibilities of paper and fabric. Weekly demonstrations will introduce you to professional costuming techniques, including building lightweight armeratures, creating volume with fabric and utilizing found objects. … Read more

Start Date

04/01

Meeting Day

Thursdays

End Date

05/06

Faculty

Nat LaChall

Time

6:30pm–9pm

Credits

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