Art and design student to show ancient metal casting techniques
Alfred University’s School of Art and Design will present the 2013 Environmental Foundry Show Saturday, April 27 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Sculpture Gallery Cube in Binns-Merrill Hall. The event is sponsored by the Sculpture Dimensional Studies Division. It is free to attend and open to the public.
The Environmental Foundry Show will feature an exhibition of sculpture and processes by environmental foundry students presenting results of investigations using ancient metal casting methods developed at the National Casting Center Foundry, including dung molding and Japanese sogata techniques.
For more information about the show and the students’ individual projects, visit www.alfredmeltdown.blogsp....
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