Wire and Plaster Course
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About the Course
This course is taught by Miranda Wakeman a professional sculptor with 17 years teaching experience.
This is a two day course working with wire and plaster to make a metre high sculpture from your own design.
Course starts at 10.00am and runs to 4pm Cost is £120
Classes take place in a light and spacious studio
All abilities are welcome.
The Sculpture Place, a community interest company, is located in the Newhampton Arts Centre Wolverhampton.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Tea and coffee are included in the price and there is a cafe on site
Free parking available at the venue and in the locality
It's a great space, the light is wonderful and there's plenty of room to work. The tutoring is excellent. It's so helpful to have a long working session and a variety of models, three different ones so far. The classes are well attended, there's a range of abilities and a very positive atmosphere. So there's plenty of encouragement for anyone who's at all lacking in confidence or experience. I've been attending sculpture classes for a while, and for me this is the most interesting and the most enjoyable. And the fees are really competitive.
Keith Gilbert - - #6815
The tuition is excellent and I have learned more in one class than I have in 4 other starter classes.
The variety of angles and tips have been invaluable amd I feel myself really improving.
It is really great value and we'll worth embarking on a course.
Barbara Beale - - #6764
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Course Start DatesMonday 19th February 2018
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