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

  • The six-week summer residential Pre-College Program offers 16- to 18-year-old high school students a comprehensive introduction to the college art school experience. Students follow a college-level studio curriculum and live in RISD residence halls, in a full-immersion encounter with art and design education at the … 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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  • Needle Felting: Small Sculptures

    Kristina Goransson, Ages 18+, Oct 25, Saturday, 10am-1pm

    The needle felting process uses a special needle to entwine wool fibers to create small, soft, colorful and lightweight sculptures. The technique also lends itself to making jewelry and small… Read More
  • The Art of Nature + the Nature of Art

    Barbara Voccola, Ages 6-8, Oct 25 — Dec 06, Saturdays, 1-4pm

    Here is a chance for young artists to emulate the art that exists in nature as they define for themselves the nature of art. Students in this course visit RISD's… Read More
  • Sculpture Series: Carved Art

    Steven Hayes, Ages 13-17, Oct 25 — Dec 06, Saturdays, 1-4pm

    Carved sculptures depicting humans and animals have been carbon-dated to 40,000 BC, and are considered to be the earliest form of art. Sculptors who carve often describe feeling a direct… Read More
  • Introduction to Glassblowing

    Section 01, Bill Riker, Ages 18+, Nov 01, Saturday, 9am-1pm

    If you have ever been curious about the fascinating medium of glassblowing, but haven't had the time to commit to a longer course, this comprehensive beginning-level introduction is an ideal… Read More
  • Introduction to Glassblowing

    Section 02, Bill Riker, Ages 18+, Nov 08, Saturday, 9am-1pm

    If you have ever been curious about the fascinating medium of glassblowing, but haven't had the time to commit to a longer course, this comprehensive beginning-level introduction is an ideal… Read More
  • Wet Felting: Hats + Sculptural Forms

    Kristina Goransson, Ages 18+, Nov 08, Saturday, 10am-1pm

    The wet felting technique uses wool, warm water, soap and friction to create a seamless wool felted form. Ideal for creating lightweight, warm, beautifully colored objects, students using this technique… Read More