Have Fun Getting Your Hands Dirty, Sculpture Classes at NY National Academy School

Need a break from your routine or something to clear your head during Spring break vacations, have fun getting your hands dirty with Sculpture Classes at National Academy School in New York.

You can start on March 25, 2013 with Remixing the Ordinary led by Borinquen Gallo.



If sculpture is not your thing, also beginning on March 25th, Adventures in Printmaking with instructor Taka Maruno offers different path.

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