Women, Wild About Welding (BW19A38M)

Saturday January 26

9:30 AM  –  4:00 PM

Saturday & Sunday, Jan 26 & 27, 9:30am - 4pm
Instructor: Sabrina Fadial

Grasp tips, tricks and tools while working safely and wisely in AVA’s metal shop. Wrangle bar stock, sheet steel and rod while while beginning to weld, fabricate and form metal using MIG and “stick” welders, oxy-acetylene torches, plasma cutting and basic forging. Come away with small projects and confidence working with steel.

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Sabrina Fadial is an artist who works in a variety of materials focusing on fiber and metal. Louise Bourgeois, Eva Hesse, and Ruth Asawa have influenced her work. Fadial attended the Pre-College Architecture Program at Carnegie Mellon University, received her BFA in Textile Design from Rhode Island School of Design, and her MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College of Fine Arts. As a sculptor, she strives to document the beauty of what is endangered or commodified. Much of her work is inspired by nature and women. She creates abstract organic forms using both steel and fiber. For the past thirty years, her work has been shown extensively in galleries across the US and is part of numerous private collections. Fadial currently runs Stevens Branch Studios, a creative incubation space in South Barre, VT. In addition to her art practice, she is on the Architecture faculty at Norwich University.

 

$265.00
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