Month Flat Week Day
Date: Saturday, April 05, 2014 10:00 am - Sunday, April 06, 2014 4:00 pm
Duration: 1 Day, 6 Hours
Categories: US NORTHEAST US EAST


The New York Polymer Clay Guild would like to invite you to join us to a workshop with Dayle Doroshow on April 5th and 6th from 10am to 4pm located at University Settlement, 273 Bowery, New York, NY 10002

Members: $200
Non-Members: $240

The application to register for the workshop is located on our website: www.nypcg.org

Please send your registration form and check to: Valerie Hall, President, NYPCG, 10963   202nd Street, St. Albans, NY 11412

Skill Level: Intermediate to Advance

Listed below are the descriptions of the workshop and the pictures are on the website: www.nypcg.org

April 5th

Museum in a Box

That moment of opening a box and discovering the secret treasures that lie inside will inspire this class. You will construct a polymer clay box that houses a miniature museum complete with artifacts and text. The "museum" can be one of personal imagery, re-creations of artifacts from an actual culture, or from a culture that exists in your imagination! The artifacts can be created out of polymer clay as we explore several techniques. You can also add your personal treasures collected on your travels through life. Miniature book structures will hold the text for your museum in a box. Come delight in and create a world in miniature from your imagination.


April 6th

The Unfolding Pyramid

Explore the mysteries of ancient civilizations. Peek through windows, unlock and walk through doors into the world of sculptural books. Using polymer clay, beautiful papers, and other elements, we will create freestanding, three-dimensional "books that are sculptures" or visa versa. Personal imagery, found objects and other mixed media will be combined with polymer clay to create a pyramid structure that unfolds to reveal a hidden surprise. Polymer clay techniques include transferring photocopy imagery, carving and antiquing, making and using three dimensional clay pieces.


We would love for you to join us!

Any questions please feel free to contact me!

Valerie Hall
President

New York Polymer Clay Guild

www.nypcg.org

(212) 478-3471