Date and time
Saturday 7 December, 10.30am–4.30pm
£46/£38 concessions (includes same-day entry to 'Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900')
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Explore the themes of Love and Loss in 'Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900' and learn casting techniques, with sculptor Sarah Tombs.
Using a small personal object that might represent a special memory or loved one, you will make a cast of the object then customise it to create your own meaningful memento.
Casting and sculpting materials will be provided. Participants should bring an object smaller than 15cm in all dimensions, with no moving parts. Please note the object will be immersed in liquids.
Participants will have the opportunity to visit Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900 during and after the workshop.
Sarah Tombs is a practising sculptor who works in a variety of materials, including steel, stone and casting into bronze. Now based at her studio in Wales, she studied sculpture at Wimbledon, Chelsea and the Royal College of Art.
Sarah has made numerous public sculptures and regularly exhibits her work in galleries and public places, including The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Kidwelly Castle and Hammersmith Hospital.
The events programme for 'Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900' is kindly supported by Martin Halusa
Image above: Detail from Egon Schiele, 'Self Portrait with Raised Bare Shoulder', 1912 © Leopold Museum Private Foundation, Vienna (LM 653)