• Home
  • Artists Discussion Series - Contemporary Cast Iron Art
Log in

Artists Discussion Series - Contemporary Cast Iron Art

  • 8 Dec 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PST)
  • Dick Laub NTC Command Center Adm. Stockdale Room (right across from our usual room) ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station
  • 28

Registration

  • Anyone in the general public, and any member of Liberty Station or SDMA Artists Guild.

Please register for this free event because the size of the room is limited. Please give us your email so that we can notify you if we had to cancel the event.
Registration is closed
   

The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild and ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station cordially invite you to join us for our FREE Artists Discussions Series.

Artists Guild and Liberty Station artists are encouraged to bring artwork to present to the audience during the first hour. This is an excellent opportunity to network with other artists and view each other’s works.

11 a.m. – The Creation of Contemporary Cast Iron Art

Tom Fox, Artist, Teacher, & President, Western Cast Iron Art Alliance

Join artist and art educator, Tom Fox, for a presentation highlighting the use of cast iron as a contemporary sculptural medium.  We will cover a brief history of iron, its linkage to science and its importance in establishing modern lifestyles and supporting the world we live in.  Learn about allied practices such as furnace design and construction as well as pattern and moldmaking necessary for the smelting and casting processes.  We will also discuss the current state of cast iron in the larger continuum of contemporary sculpture locally, in the United States, and abroad.  There will be a question and answer session after the presentation.


There is no charge, however reservations are required. Please click Register at the left, or RSVP to Angelika Villagrana, (619) 222-1034 or gelikavillagrana@gmail.com

Email Us:

President@sdmaag.org

Address:
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 122107
San Diego, CA 92112-2107

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software