Sculpture CPD workshop with Senior Lecturer Desmond Brett
Tuesday 24 March 2020
Sculpture Matters Workshop
Sculpture is a foundational creative practice which embodies a range of skills that can be applied across architecture, product design, fashion, graphics, illustration, fine art, interior design and the wider creative industries.
Led by Desmond Brett, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art (Sculpture), this session will take place in the NUA 3D Workshop. It is designed for educators to consider fundamental 3D techniques through the exploration of materials and processes associated with sculptural practice. It is intended to encourage greater integrating of sculptural practice within the classroom and wider curriculum.
Participants are encouraged to be experimental with material through handling, playing and testing in order to develop an understanding of how sculpture can be applied across diverse contexts, applications and audiences.
The session will comprise a plaster casting project and working with more contingent materials including (but not exclusively) wire, card and wood.