Virtual Among Us Sculpture Workshop

Description

Join us live via Zoom to learn to sculpt Among Us figures using polymer clay. Instructor will teach basic sculpting techniques to create three-dimensional figures. Will you sculpt Crewmates or Imposters? Materials needed: black clay, white clay, 2 other colors of your choice, toothpicks.

Additional Information

Contact Person

Jessica Thomas

Email Address

alexthomasandfriends@gmail.com

Work Phone Number

313-729-3328

Address

Taylor, MI

48180

Website

http://www.alexthomasandfriends.com/

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Program Type

This is an interactive, hands-on virtual workshop for tweens & teens.

Single Performance Fee

$350

Residency Fee

Contact performer

Maximum Group Size

unlimited

Travel Range

Willing to perform in the following counties:

  • Apache
  • Cochise
  • Coconino
  • Gila
  • Graham
  • Greenlee
  • La
  • Paz
  • Maricopa
  • Mohave
  • Navajo
  • Pima
  • Pinal
  • Santa
  • Cruz
  • Yavapai
  • Yuma

Willing to work with libraries?

Yes

Willing to work with schools?

Yes

Library References

Catherine Ricard: Grosse Pointe Public Library 313-343-2074
Barb Dinan: Plymouth District Library 734-453-0750

Fingerprint Clearance ID Available?

Yes

Offers a Virtual Performance Option?

Yes

Virtual Performance Description

This is a live workshop via Zoom.

Viewing Limits/Parameters

This is a closed workshop via zoom. Library can have patrons register and share the zoom meeting code with their patrons. There is no maximum number of participants, however we want to be able to answer questions so if you have mostly 8-11 year olds, I would limit registration to 40 or less. If it is middle/high schoolers, who usually ask fewer questions, we can accommodate more.

Virtual Performance Fee

$350

Virtual Performance Technical Needs

The kids are welcome to use any clay they would like including play dough, homemade clay, or store bought. During the instruction, we will be using Sculpey brand polymer clay in black, white, and 1-2 other colors. They won’t need much of the black and white. If the library is purchasing it to hand out in kits, I would recommend getting the 2oz bricks of clay and just giving each kid 1/4 of the pack each for black and white. They will probably need a whole pack of the choice colors. It isn’t air dry so it won’t go bad if left out, but I would put it in a baggie. The kids are also welcome to use other clay that they might already have or can find easily.

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