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Sculpture: Plaster & Mold-Making Studio

More than just plaster and molds, we've got an actual skeleton!

As of Monday 3/20/2020, CCA Campuses will be accessible ONLY TO RETRIEVE PERSONAL AND WORK ITEMS.
Students, Faculty, and Staff may access the campuses during the following times:

SF Campus: Tuesday and Thursdays 11a-1p
Oakland Campus: Monday and Wednesdays 11a-1p

When you arrive at campus contact Public Safety:
SF patrol: 415-726-2061, Oakland patrol: 510-385-1821

Public Safety will meet you, check your ID, have you sign in, provide necessary access, and wait until you leave to secure the building.

For the safety and security of all, PLEASE BRING YOUR CCA ID TO SHOW THE PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER!

Shaklee Building
Oakland Campus

CCA Shops and Studios remain closed and inaccessible for project work until further notice.

Please contact the Studio Manager with any concerns.

  • The California Department of Public Health has extended the statewide stay at home order through May 3. Do not leave home except for essential activities.
  • CCA has developed a Portal Page link concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates available here.
  • CCA has suspended in-person instruction for the remainder of the spring semester. All classes will be taught remotely beginning Monday, March 30, following spring break.

Workplace Guidelines for CCA employees are available here.


ckise@cca.edu
510 594-3625
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Cassie Kise

Studio Operations Manager -- First Year/Sculpture

About the Sculpture: Plaster & Mold-Making Studio

In the plaster and mold-making studio, students have access to reusable retaining wall pieces (cottle boards) for constructing mold boxes, mixing containers, stir sticks, mold releases, and limited consumable materials such as plaster. Most materials must be purchased by students unless enrolled in a casting class.

Expert advice for mold making and body casting is available to help you with your project (ask for Eric).

A small vac-u-forming machine is available for molding plastic and food-safe materials.

For students interested in modeling from the figure, a set of sculpture easels and an actual skeleton are available.

Limited storage for in-progress molds is available.

Specializing in These Materials

  • Aluminum
  • Ceramic
  • Clay
  • Metal
  • Plaster

ORIENTATION DATES

Various events in our shops such as orientations, holidays, and demonstrations will be posted in this calendar.

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