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CSC 162-W23| Flexible Mold Making, In-Person

CSC 162-W23| Flexible Mold Making, In-Person

1/31-4/18 Tues 6-9 pm ROOM: 507 Porteous Building 522 Congress St

Maximum Enrollment: 12 LBS

Course Description



Dive into the art and science of flexible mold making in this introductory class. Students will receive procedural training and will learn to carefully analyze objects to be molded in order to establish ideal parting lines and maximize your ability to successfully create functional molds. Using this information, you will learn to create flexible rubber molds that are capable of producing complex, high quality castings requiring little or no work to be presentable! The class will also touch on casting, but will primarily focus on mold-making. Students will need to be capable of performing some minor volumetric, geometric, and ratio calculations.


TUITION: $325 + $300 Studio Fee

1/31-4/18 (12 sessions) Tuesdays 6-9 pm

CEUs: 3.6



Andre is originally from Richmond, VA where he attended Virginia Commonwealth University for his BFA in sculpture. In 2012 He was subsequently awarded a MFA in sculpture from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA. He has shown in galleries in LA and NYC and has worked for the last 10 years as an in-house mold maker and metal worker for several artists including Theaster Gates, Matthew Day Jackson, and Matthew Barney.


Basic clay sculpting tools including clay sponge

Small tape measure


Writing implements

Sharpie markers


Tajima snap-blade utility knife + replacement blades (for cutting rubber )


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