Join our Spring 2017 visiting artist, sculptor Brian Glaze for a talk about his personal work; as well as a preview of his Scratch Block Workshop and Iron Pour Event, on April 29th at GoggleWorks. Brian has exhibited sculpture, installation, interactivity, and time-based artwork nationally and internationally. His artwork includes found objects, welded and cast metals, interactive technologies, Electroacoustic audio, and video projection and explores subjects pertaining to material treatment, personal and social concepts, and continued observation of his surroundings. Currently residing in Reading, PA, Brian teaches sculpture and new media at Albright College.
Witness the spectacle of GoggleWorks’ first Iron Pour!
Co-presented by GoggleWorks Center for the Arts and Albright College, and led by visiting artist and sculpture professor, Brian Glaze, the Spring Iron Pour will feature 2,000 lbs. of reclaimed iron heated to almost 3,000 degrees and poured into molds. The evening will also include live music, refreshments, and demonstrations. The Spring Iron Pour is a free event, open to the public.
Make Your Own Mold!
Take our scratch block workshop, with Brian Glaze – held that morning from 10am-1pm. Create an open-face mold to produce your own cast iron relief sculpture and prepare it for the Iron Pour. Come back after sunset to watch as your sculpture comes to life.