Art is not just drawing or painting. There are lots of different three-dimensional arts as well. At Access Arts we have a variety of classes for all sorts of students. One-day workshops are also held on a variety of topics.
Found Object Assemblage Sculpture
This class explores the idea that art can be made from (almost) anything. Old shoes, doorknobs, bottle caps . . . just about anything. Students are encouraged to scavenge for items that they can reclaim and reuse. No prerequisites.
In addition to regular classes, we host one-day workshops. Past 3-Dimensional topics have included Windchimes, Keychains, Basketweaving and more. See the Workshops page to register for upcoming workshops.
This course is an opportunity for students to design and create 3-dimensional art pieces, utilizing fiber materials. Fundamental techniques such as knotless knitting, cord wrapping, crochet and macrame are discussed. Basic materials are provided, but students are encouraged to incorporate a variety of fibers and found objects as their ideas develop. No prerequisites.
This course is for students interested in clay handbuilding techniques and for more experienced wheel-throwing students interested in incorporating handbuilding techniques into thrown forms. The class covers coil, slab and pinch construction methods and surface decoration techniques. No prerequisites.