Rhode Island School of Design

Continuing Education

Sculpture Programs

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  • Art School Preparation Certificate for Young Adults

    Cathy Davis-Hayes, Certificate Advisor

    It is never too early to begin the intensive preparation necessary to create a first-rate high school portfolio. Our Art School Preparation Certificate Program is designed for students interested in a future in visual art or design, and is intended to supplement (not replace) a … Read More

  • Summer is the perfect time to come to Rhode Island School of Design to explore new avenues of personal and professional artistic development, or to reach a new level within a current direction. The Summer Studies Program in the visual arts encompasses a wide spectrum of … Read More

  • Year-round, RISD/CE's Young Artist Program provides a strong grounding in the visual arts and encourages creative and personal growth through self-expression. Each course creates a dynamic environment where students build self-confidence along with a foundation of creative and technical skills. Classes are offered evenings and … Read More

Sculpture Courses

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  • Getting Groovy with Pop Art  

    Donald Chabot, Patricia Huntington, A.J. Morse, Ages 7-12, Jun 29 — Jul 10, Monday - Friday, 9am-4pm

    The 1960s art scene was nothing short of psychedelic groovy awesomeness! Focusing on common everyday objects portrayed in larger-than-life sizes and colors, the Pop Art movement was out-of-this-world exciting! Young… Read More
  • Carving Soapstone  

    Laura Travis, Ages 13-17, Jun 29 — Jul 02, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday + Thursday, 9am-4pm

    This workshop in soapstone carving is designed to augment students' sculpting experience and expand their carving technique. Soapstone is the easiest of all stones to carve and offers the satisfying… Read More
  • Art Studio  

    Section 01, William McKenna, Ages 12-17, Jun 29 — Jul 10, Monday - Friday, 9am-12pm

    In this course, students receive a strong, broad-based foundation in the visual arts through instruction in a variety of 2D and 3D artmaking processes, all in a studio setting. We… Read More
  • Design Fundamentals from A to Z  

    Angela Ackerman, Ages 12-17, Jun 29 — Jul 10, Monday - Friday, 1-4pm

    From complex architecture to the simple zipper, design is basic to both visual expression and functional problem solving. This course introduces students to the "grammar" of art: line, shape, color,… Read More
  • Deconstruct to Reconstruct: Upcycled Couture  

    Beth Bentley, Ages 18+, Jul 01 — Aug 06, Wednesdays + Thursdays, 9am-4pm

    Americans generate roughly nine billion pounds of used clothing annually, representing six percent of household waste destined for landfills -- hardly sustainable practice. In this course, we take creative action… Read More
  • Introduction to Jewelry  

    Johan Van Aswegen, Ages 18+, Jul 02 — Aug 07, Thursdays + Fridays, 9am-4:30pm

    An intriguing piece of jewelry not only attracts the eye, but complements its wearer or tells a story. In this course, we move beyond appreciation to creation by learning the… Read More