Instructor: James Durrett
Tuesday and Thursday Evenings | 6pm – 9pm | June 7 – June 23
Learn the basic skills for working in metal! Students will learn technical and practical methods used to manipulate metals into objects of their own design.We will begin with the basic process of designing and modeling to fabricate sculpture, and cover mig welding, plasma cutting along with tools used to form steel will be learned. The course is beneficial to those wishing to acquire skills in this area for the first time and to those already familiar with the basics. Students will have a freestanding fabricated sculpture by the end of the course.
Prerequisite: none required
About James: James Durrett received a B.A. in art education/art studio from the University of Kentucky and an M.F.A. from the Vermont College of Art. He teaches workshops on stone and glass at The Carving Studio in West Rutland, Vermont, and has shown work at The Carving Studio, as well as Sculpture Fest, Woodstock, Vermont, and the North Bennington, (Vermont) Sculpture Fest.
– $795 full tuition
– $715 Early Bird Deal (register before April 10)
– $715 alumni, seniors & educators
– $975 for 1.5 credits*
Rolling Admission- just $250 deposit due at time of registration.
– $500 single occupancy | $450 Early Bird* (5 night stay); $50 additional nights
– $375 double occupancy | $335 Early Bird*(5 night stay); $25 additional nights
*Early Bird Housing Discount: receive 10% off the typical 5 night stay if booked by April 10! Just $75 deposit due at time of booking. Discount will be applied after booking. Contact us with questions.
All external students, including external, credit-seeking students, please use the link below:
Internal, full-time Montserrat students, please register via campus cafe.
For questions, please contact the Continuing Education Office at 978.921.4242 x 1202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org