Introduction to Life-Casting *In-Person* *NEW*

In this course we will explore the basics of mold-making to make plaster casts using alginate and plaster gauze. Students will have the option of casting their hands, and/or faces, learning a few sculpture materials and techniques, while having some messy fun. The casts make good studies for drawing, sculpting, or simply as personal mementos. Instructors: Taylor Apostol & Evan Morse



Start Date

August 20, 2022









Saturday, 10am-2pm. Aug. 20

This class will meet in-person at CCAE with a limited student capacity. Please note that COVID-19 proof of vaccination is required. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines.

Instructors: Taylor Apostol, Evan Morse


Taylor Apostol

Based in Newton, Massachusetts, Taylor Apostol is a sculptor working in marble and clay. Through her painted and flocked sculptures she explores ideas of memory, place and form. Taylor earned her BA in Studio Art at the University of Vermont and MFA in Sculpture at Boston University. She studied marble carving and plaster casting in Florence and Carrara, Italy, and has attended residencies at Vermont Studio Center and The Studios at MASS MoCA. Taylor has taught at Clark University, the Carving Studio & Sculpture Center and New Art Center. Recently, her work has been included in exhibitions at ArtsWorcester, Gallery 263, and Nearby Gallery.


Evan Morse

Evan Morse is a graduate of Boston University (MFA) and Wheaton College, MA (BA). Interested in the narrative capabilities of figurative art, Morse has devoted additional time to learning traditional sculpture techniques, including study at Studio Arts College International in Florence and the Accademia di Belle Arti in Carrara, Italy. His work has been recognized with two grants from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation in 2018 and 2021 and a 2017 fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Morse maintains a home base in Newton, Massachusetts, while occasionally working in Carrara, Italy or at the Carving Studio in West Rutland, Vermont.