Schedule | Place
April 28th and 29th and May 6th | Friday: 6 pm to 9 pm | Saturdays: 10 am to 6 pm | Rua Penha de França, 67B. Penha de França. Lisbon, Portugal - 1170-027
About the Workshop
Elastic and flexible, silicone makes it possible to make molds that are resistant and faithful to the original object, making it possible to reproduce complex shapes with “prisons” in a simpler way.
During the classes you will learn how to prepare the silicone, how to apply it and how to use this type of ceramic mold.
Taught by Katie Lagast, a Belgian artist who has lived in Lisbon since 2015, the workshop with a workload of 15 hours, it will be held on April 28 (from 6 pm to 9 pm) and April 29 and May 6 (from 10 am to 6 pm).
About the teacher:
Katie Lagast is a Belgian artist who has been living in Lisbon since 2015. Her work has been exhibited in several art galleries and group shows in Belgium, Portugal, Netherlands, Germany and France. Furthermore, the artist was invited to some artist residencies in Belgium, Holland, Germany, Spain and Portugal.
Katie Lagast has been working with silicone molds for over 10 years and has become
specialist in this matter. She is a former teacher at Ar.co, former teacher and head of the ceramics department at the Academy of Arendonk in Belgium and was a guest tutor in Kiel in Germany and Breda in the Netherlands, among others. For a year she worked at Ekwc – artist residency in the Netherlands – advising artists on plaster casts and silicones.