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Metals 2.0


You took a metalworking class and now you love it, right? Keep progressing with your metalworking and sculpture techniques as you expand skills, practice MIG (metal inert gas) welding techniques, and become more familiar with oxy-acetylene and hot form steel. The projects will be more self-directed and can range from sculptural to functional steel constructions. Students must have previously completed Beginning Metalworking or Working with Wood and Steel to register for this course.

March 11–May 6 (Wed) 6–9P
[0923E] David Wright – 8 sessions
Member Tuition: $260 and $45 supply fee
*No Class March 18


All supplies provided! Please wear appropriate clothes for an art studio (dress for mess!). Closed-toe shoes are required for wood, metal, stone, or other sculpture classes. Eye and ear protection is provided, but some students prefer to bring their own which you are welcome to do.