Rhode Island School of Design

Continuing Education

Sculpture Programs

(4 Results)
  • 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

(41 Results)
  • Drawing I

    Section 01, Robin Wiseman, Ages 18+, Jan 07 — Feb 16, Mondays + Wednesdays, 7-10pm

    For amateur and professional alike, drawing skills are fundamental to the artist's visual education. Through guided practice, beginning students sharpen their powers of observation as they learn to translate what… Read More
  • Human Anatomy

    Amy Wynne, Ages 18+, Jan 07 — Feb 11, Wednesdays, 7-10pm

    This course provides many tools for the artist who wishes to depict the human form with confidence and precision. Various conceptual models are used that allow for the presentation of… Read More
  • Introduction to Hot Glass

    Section 02, Bill Riker, Ages 18+, Jan 07 — Feb 11, Wednesdays, 6-9pm

    This class takes place at a professional glassblower's studio for students to learn the basics of working molten glass, and see how this transparent medium both accommodates and challenges the… Read More
  • Jewelry Remake

    Amie Plante, Ages 18+, Jan 07 — Jan 28, Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm

    Many of us have jewelry boxes full of small baubles and shiny things -- bracelets, necklaces and orphaned earrings -- much of which we never wear. Jewelry upcycling is a… Read More
  • Introduction to Maya Modeling

    Matthew E. Paquin, Ages 18+, Jan 07 — Feb 16, Mondays + Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm

    This course introduces Maya, Autodesk's award-winning 3D animation software package whose advanced architecture offers unmatched system speed and streamlined workflow. Maya has been used to create digital creatures, props and… Read More
  • Introduction to Hot Glass

    Section 03, Bill Riker, Ages 18+, Jan 08 — Feb 12, Thursdays, 6-9pm

    This class takes place at a professional glassblower's studio for students to learn the basics of working molten glass, and see how this transparent medium both accommodates and challenges the… Read More