Traditional sculpture making methods, tools, and examples
"Sculpture: Art in Three Dimensions" is the first presentation in the newly renovated Hurst Learning Center. Tradition methods used to create sculpture, the tools needed and the technical processes involved are explained in words, pictures, hands on exhibits, and video. Local artists Mark Dickson, Mark Fletcher and Sandy Proctor loaned work to illustrate each technique and this is exhibited along with pieces by Ralph Hurst. Work sheets are provided for students. The exhibit provides a great learning experience for students, grades 6 - 12, college, and interested patrons. The exhibit will be in place until spring 2022
2021/05/10 - 2022/03/15
Additional time info:
The exhibit will be open as part of "An Evening in the Hurst" on Thursday, May 13 from 12:30 until 7:30.
Parking at TCC is open and free in all student parking lots on main campus including the Parking Garage. Gated lots are also open after 6:00 p.m.