Annual CLB Metal Arts Workshop: Foldforming for Vessels + 4 Ways to Attend
This summer's annual Foldforming Event with Charles Lewton-Brain, the innovative pioneer of forged sheet forming, is July 24-26, 2015, at the Center for Metal Arts in downstate New York.
PRLog - May 25, 2015 - WARWICK, N.Y. -- "Foldforming for Vessels" is this year's focus at the annual summer foldforming workshop event with Charles Lewton-Brain, the Canadian artist who pioneered the innovative new forming technique. The origami-like technique of foldforming is used to build dimensional objects from flat metal sheet. This new art technique was first systematically explored and documented by the celebrated Charles Lewton-Brain.
"Charles Lewton-Brain is one of the most knowledgeable, most celebrated and most accessible metalsmiths in North America," wrote Alan Revere in The Innovators. His work has been recognized by the British Museum Research Lab, by a 1991 Rolex award, and in 2012 he was the recipient of the prestigious Governor General Award for his contribution to Canadian arts. The annual event at the Center for Metal Arts is a chance for access to this very accessible and brilliant artist.
This year, there are four ways to attend CLB 2015: Foldforming for Vessels.(1) FULL REGISTRATIONincludes all lectures, talks, demos, plus a block of hands-on studio time each day, working with Charles Lewton-Brain.
(2) AUDIT REGISTRATION includes all lectures, talks and demos with Charles Lewton-Brain, no hands-on studio time.
(3) DAY PASS: Register when arriving. Just look for a staff member, and you will be seated. Enjoy sitting in on a session with Lewton-Brain.
(4) ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER WITH CHARLES LEWTON-BRAIN, for a farm-to-table feast and conversation with this much-celebrated dinner guest. Dinner guests will also see the first video announcement of this year’s Lewton-Brain Foldform Competition winners. Friday night July 24 at 6 PM at the Seligman Center for the Arts in Sugar Loaf. Reserve your seat for an evening of great food and good company at www.centerformetalarts.com.