Sculpture and Mould Making

Past Exhibition
September 14 2019
Sculpture and Mould Making

Olivia Kathigitis


September 14 2019

Create your own small wall-hanging sculpture while learning a range of cold working metal and mould making techniques with Adelaide based sculpture and jewellery artist Olivia Kathigitis. Focusing on working with raw plaster mould making, Olivia will demonstrate how to consider form and the spatial dynamics of your materials, working to create a multi-faceted artwork, with the opportunity to incorporate your own objects into the sculpture. This workshop provides anyone interested in working with sculpture in either their artistic or craft-based practice a practical and accessible entry point to a range of techniques and processes. ACE Open’s workshop program provides a unique opportunity to learn new skills and engage with leading contemporary artists in a creative, social and participatory environment. Designed to suit a range of skill levels and interests, these artist-led programs offer all audiences – from curious gallery-goers through to practicing artists – an opportunity to learn a range of creative techniques through hands-on, practical classes. All materials and light refreshments will be provided. OLIVIA KATHIGITIS is a sculpture and installation artist based in Adelaide, Australia. Her multi-media practice includes sculptural forms, painting and photography. Kathigitis is a recent Honours graduate from the South Australian School of Art and has been awarded the Peter Walker Encouragement Prize and Friends of SASA: Fine Arts Award. Her work has been exhibited locally, including FELTspace, The Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition & CACSA; as well as interstate with her involvement in the Found Festival in Melbourne and the Elizabeth Day Bruny Island Residency in Tasmania. From 2012 - 2016 she was the Director for Adelaide ARI, Format Systems Gallery. In 2017, Kathigitis participated in the La Wayaka Current Arctic residency on Sørøya Island, Norway, and was invited to join South Australian makers and Designers for the 2018 SLOW Fashion Festival with a range of jewellery.

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