Making a Steampunk Clock, 8 weeks starting 3/24
SKU: R282 Sec. 01
Steampunk is all the rage! Steampunk fuses the past, present, and future by re-imagining if the Victorian or Industrial age coincided with the electronic age.
Learn to build a fabulous clock of your own using recycled parts from a salvage yard.
In this course, you'll be introduced to Steampunk art and design stemming from Victorian, Edwardian, Industrial, and Art Deco periods. You'll plan, design, and build a Steampunk clock using actual Victorian equipment, machinery, and tools.
Class includes an optional 'salvage' field trip to purchase Steampunk items for your project.
You'll learn basic skills in woodworking, basic perspective drawing, metalworking, faux painting, and at the end of the course, you'll be able to take your Steampunk clock at home.
Instructors: Ellen Hagney, Bruce Rosenbaum and Karen Christians, Instructors With Brian Dow
Price: $250 course fee with $40 material fee payable to the instructor at the first class
Location: Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation Street
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