Sculpture residential workshop

Starts 2 Feb 2018

sculpture

Principles of Mould making and modelling in clay

During the three and a half days of the workshop you will learn how to make a simple piece-mould and then cast the object in plaster. One day will be spent working from a live model to create a figure in clay. Simple body and mind relaxation exercises will help support creative self-discovery. All levels of ability welcome - no experience is necessary.

Dharmamudra has a long-held fascination with the human form. As a painter and sculptor; prison chaplain; boxer and trainer; Tai chi teacher and Buddhist practitioner, he has followed a thread of deep enquiry into form and experience. He delights in offering opportunities for collaborative creative activity.

Sudarshanaloka is a retreat centre just north of Thames in a wild and beautiful native bush setting. As well as meditation and Buddhist studies, they offer retreats relating to the arts, such as music, ceramics, sculpture and craft that explore the relationship between creativity, mindfulness and the imagination.

A fully catered (vegetarian) residential workshop with approximately 18 hours of studio time.

PLACES LIMITED - BOOKING BEFORE 21 JAN ESSENTIAL.

Please note a reasonable level of mobility is required.

Details

Start: 2 Feb 2018 at 5:00pm
Finish: 6 Feb 2018 at 12:00pm

Cost: The residential cost of $420 includes all food, accommodation, tuition, access to tools and all materials , The non-residential cost is $295 , Concession rates available on inquiry

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Dharmamudra

Dharmamudra is an ordained Buddhist within the Triratna Buddhist Order and has spent over 30 years exploring Taiji and…