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Hollow Casting and Construction with Aqua Resin
Tuesday, October 15, 2019 - 1:00pm
Hollow Casting and Construction with Aqua Resin

Technical talk and demonstration by Art faculty Erik Geschke, addressing methods of hollow casting and construction using aqua resin. Part of the 2019 International Sculpture Conference

Tuesday, October 15
Hollow Casting and Construction with Aqua Resin

1:00PM-3:30PM
Cost: $10 per person

THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL!

Technical talk and demonstration addressing methods of hollow casting and construction using Aqua Resin, an easy to use, non-toxic composite fabricating resin. This water-based material is used in fiberglass reinforced laminating, casting and molding. Permanent in all interior as well as most exterior applications, this material has numerous uses in the diverse fields of sculpture, scenic design, architecture, and product development. Examples of its usage, mixing, and lamination will be demonstrated. For more information on Aqua Resin, visit www.aquaresin.com.

Erik Geschke is a mixed-media artist who has exhibited nationally and internationally. Venues include the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, CA; ZieherSmith Gallery in New York, NY; Navy Pier in Chicago, and the FIAC Contemporary Art Fair in Paris, France. Geschke received his MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art's Rinehart School of Sculpture, attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and received a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts. He lives and works in Portland, OR where he is an Associate Professor of Art at Portland State University. For more information about Erik Geschke, visit erikgeschke.com.

Portland State University
Shattuck Hall, Room 112
1914 SW Park Avenue,
Portland, OR 97201