Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Second Biennial Iron Casting Symposium

Somehow this Indianapolis Observer missed the first one in 2006, but (starting tomorrow) the Indianapolis Art Center is staging its Second Biennial Iron Casting Symposium.

Much of what's scheduled through Sunday is for paid participants, but the rest of us can turn up at 820 East 67th Street, Indianapolis, at 8 p.m. tomorrow (9 October) for a panel discussion among several of the participating artists.

And, on Saturday (11 October), between 8 a.m. and noon, we all can watch students and professionals slosh hot, molten, liquid metal as they create sculptures that will be displayed in the IAC’s ARTSPARK. There'll also be a series of free presentations, including one by Gregory Brulla, foundry technician of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. As the IAC notes, "bring sunglasses and stand back".

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