Seeing the unseen - Sculpture course
Sat 1st - Sun 2nd April 2017.
Another course runs Sat 17th - Sun 18th June.
And another course runs Sat 23rd - Sun 24th Sept 2017.
Course starts at 10am and ends at 4pm on the last day.
Course fee (not including food and accommodation) £120.
Dates, Times & Fees
‘Seeing the Unseen’. A two day sculpture course in which students will take a close look at the natural environment within the grounds of C.A.T. and will work individually towards the production of a sculpture to be displayed within the recently opened ‘Quarry Walk’ at C.A.T.
The course will be designed to explore the things that are so often overlooked in the natural world by most people and will introduce students to ways in which they can interpret their findings in a creative way. No experience is necessary and all tools and materials will be provided.
The course tutor will be Glenn Morris, a professional sculptor from Mid Wales. Glenn has a particular interest in the environment and the fragility of the natural world. He will be working closely with students to ensure that they have an extremely productive and rewarding time.
You can see some of Glenn’s work here.
Accommodation is also available at CAT from £40/night B&B.
Please call us on 01654 704966 to discuss your requirements.
Due to the nature of this course some practical work will be done outside. We strongly advise you to bring waterproof clothing and steel toe-cap boots are mandatory.
You must be over the age of 18 years when this course starts.
To book a place on a course, please choose one of the following options:
• Book Online- the “Book online” button is either below, or in the top right corner of the screen and follow the instructions.
• Call the Courses Department on 01654 704 966 with your bank card details.
Our course fees include tuition and materials, unless otherwise stated.
Please also note our Cancellation & Refund Policy
a) 2 day course fees are non-refundable.
b) CAT reserves the right to cancel any courses. Deposits and fees will be returned in full should this happen.