This six day course will take place over two weekends, in which the participants will be shown how to make a bronze sculpture from the initial wax-process to the final bronze sculpture, which will culminate in the bronze pour.
For this special opportunity, there will be space for 14 participants, to actively participate in the pour. The event will take place over six days and you will learn the process of bronze casting from start to finish. Please note that each session will run 10-4 with an hours lunch break, but some days may run over due to the amount of work that needs to be completed within the given time.
Number of places available: 14
Tutors: Giles Corby (RCA)
This is a six day course over two weekends. Please see our website for a full schedule of dates on which the course runs.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Please note the cost of the course includes 1kg of Bronze. Additional bronze will be available to purchase over the period of this course.
London Sculpture Workshop at London Sculpture Workshop
Thames Side Studios, Unit Zero, First Floor Harrington Way London London SE18 5NR
I attended the 6 day Bronze Casting Course and thought it was magical! The tutor is extremely knowledgeable and its great to learn in a supportive environment. I would recommend this course to beginners and anyone who wants to make their own sculpture to take home. Would love to do this again.
This was the first craft course I ever booked. I have since done 2 more at London Sculpture Workshop. That's a recommendation in itself.
This course was great, I couldn't believe how much I learnt! I was struggling to afford to have an artwork cast in bronze - with this course it was much more affordable to learn the skills and make it myself with excellent tuition from the hands-on teacher and all materials included.
The tutor really went above and beyond for all of us. I dropped something at the last minute on one day so he stayed behind with me for an extra hour and half and we fixed it up and made it even better. That's so kind and generous.
The whole atmosphere was warm and friendly (which was great as I was very anxious as I had no sculpture experience at all when I turned up).
I went to LSW as a printmaker with a specific idea. Since then I have learnt sheet copper sculpture and mould-making. I warn you it's addictive. I've got my eye on more too.
One woman on the course had almost done every single course they offered (even building furniture for her kid's room) and another man had flown over from Singapore to take 3 courses in 2 weeks then was flying back to open his own workshop.