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Lee-Metal Sculpture: Welding and Fabrication (Saturday) is a Program

Lee-Metal Sculpture: Welding and Fabrication (Saturday)

Self-paced

$175 Enroll

Full program description

Time:  8:45 am – 12:30 pm (AM Session)  

1:00 pm – 4:45 pm (PM Session)

 

Day(s): Saturday

 

Course Number: #5065 

 

Monthly Cost: $175 (Half Day Session: AM or PM only)

 

 

Class Description

The metal fabrication classes take place in our welding shop. Our well-equipped shop includes: Oxy/Acetylene, MIG, and TIG welders, plasma cutter, chop saw, bench shear, bench grinder, drill press, belt sander, hand tools, hand and air grinders, safety clothing, welding and grinding hoods.
Qualified technical instructors are on duty at all times during every class. Due to the large amount of technical instruction required, students are requested to start their studies at the beginning of each month.

About the Instructor

Haksul Lee majored in sculpture at Kawandong University in Korea, studied under Bruce Dorfman, Silya Kiese, and Henry Finkelstein at The Art Students League. He majored in art history at Queens College. He worked three years as a metal fabricator for Louise Bourgeois, was a studio assistant for Bruce Dorfman, and has been a consultant and fabricator for M2M. Lee has been showing his work in New York City and internationally with Gallery Blue in Japan and Pyo Gallery in Beijing. He is represented by Pho Gallery in Beijing.

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