Jackalope Skeleton Articulation Workshops

Jackalope Skeleton Articulation Workshop!  Saturday, October 7th, 12pm start. $325pp  Reserve your seat with $162.50  

In this class, students will learn how to create an osteological
preparation of a cryptozoological specimen in the fashion of 19th century displays.
A cleaned jackrabbit skeleton, branches, glue, tools, and all necessary materials will be provided for each student, but one should feel welcome to bring small feathers, stones, dried flowers, tiny crowns, medieval weaponry or any other materials s/he might wish to include in his/her composition. Students will leave the class with a visually striking, fully articulated, “lifelike” Jackalope skeleton posed on a wooden trophy mount.
The class will focus on teaching ancient methods of specimen preparation that link science with art: students will create compositions involving natural elements and, according to their taste, will compose a traditional Victorian environment or a modern display.   

Lo-tech casting, Taxidermy, working with bones & more!

Casting with Cuttlefish Bone! 3/hr workshop Wednesday April 19th 6:30-9:30pm $88pp

Lo-tech casting using Cuttlefish bone as a mould material. Students will be casting with sterling silver or recycling gold*  Carving with simple tools, fixing the mould, pouring and cleaning/finishing their pieces. Rings can be made, pendants, charms. Sterling silver is supplied *gold students bring in jewellery they no longer wear and would like to turn into something new! No experience necessary!

 

 

 

 

 



Ring band workshops

Saturday April 29th: 1pm-4pm Ring Band workshop– make a sterling silver ring band. $88ppbtn_buynow_LG

Learn how to properly size your finger (thumb), pinkies and create beautiful rings! Adding texture using hammers, stamps and/or the Rolling mill. Then forming, annealing and soldering is covered as well as various finishing techniques. Sterling silver for 1 ring band is included! No experience necessary!

 

 

 

 

 

 



Wilder Duncan’s Bat Skeleton Articulation Workshop – Thursday, Oct 12 or Saturday Oct 14th or Sunday Oct 15th 2017 – 12pm Early registration $270pp – Reserve your seat with a deposit of $135

 

In this class, students will learn how to create an osteological preparation of a bat in the fashion of 19th century zoological displays. A cleaned bat skeleton (Pipistrellus abramus), a glass dome, branches, glue, tools, and all necessary materials will be provided for each student, but one should feel welcome to bring small feathers, stones, dried flowers, dead insects, natural elements, or any other materials s/he might wish to include in his/her composition. Students will leave the class with a visually striking, fully articulated, “lifelike” bat skeleton posed in a 10″ tall glass dome. The class will focus on teaching ancient methods of specimen preparation that link science with art: students will create compositions involving natural elements and, according to their taste, will compose a traditional Victorian environment or a modern display. No experience necessary!

 

Thursday evening, Oct 12th start time 6:30pm

 



 

Saturday Afternoon, Oct 14th start time 12pm

 



 

Sunday Afternoon, Oct 15th start time 12pm


Skeleton Articulation Workshop in Toronto

Thursday evening’s class sold out, but there’s still a chance to make your own amazing display and learn how to articulate a skeleton!
Bat Skeleton Articulation Workshop with guest artist, Wilder Duncan 14103015_10100291847352403_5041021705743327027_o
Saturday afternoon 12pm – 3pm
Honestly, I wouldn’t miss out on this opportunity Toronto! We are excited that Wilder has traveled up to Canada to hold these workshops at nanopod: Hybrid Studio. Wilder is a resident taxidermist with the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn and teaches this unusual workshop and skills through the museum as well as at Paxton Gate in San Francisco. We are honoured to have him!

Register online through Paypal using Visa or MasterCard. Take the class with a friend, this workshop also makes an incredible birthday gift!

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In this class, students will learn how to create an osteological preparation of a bat in the fashion of 19th century zoological displays. A cleaned bat skeleton (Pipistrellus abramus), a glass dome, branches, glue, tools, and all necessary materials will be provided for each student, but one should feel welcome to bring small feathers, stones, dried flowers, dead insects, natural elements, or any other materials s/he might wish to include in his/her composition. Students will leave the class with a visually striking, fully articulated, “lifelike” bat skeleton posed in a 10″ tall glass dome. The class will focus on teaching ancient methods of specimen preparation that link science with art: students will create compositions involving natural elements and, according to their taste, will compose a traditional Victorian environment or a modern display.
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Bat Skeleton Articulation Workshops

Nanopod: Hybrid Studio is excited to announce
Wilder Duncan’s Bat Skeleton Articulation workshops!
This special workshop includes all materials; a beautiful, museum quality display dome for each student, along with their bat skeletons and other supplies listed below.

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Date: Thursday, August 25th
Time: 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Cost: $270
Seating is limited, reserve your spot today.

In this class, students will learn how to create an osteological preparation of a bat in the fashion of 19th century zoological displays. A cleaned bat skeleton (Pipistrellus abramus), a glass dome, branches, glue, tools, and all necessary materials will be provided for each student, but one should feel welcome to bring small feathers, stones, dried flowers, dead insects, natural elements, or any other materials s/he might wish to include in his/her composition. Students will leave the class with a visually striking, fully articulated, “lifelike” bat skeleton posed in a 10″ tall glass dome. The class will focus on teaching ancient methods of specimen preparation that link science with art: students will create compositions involving natural elements and, according to their taste, will compose a traditional Victorian environment or a modern display.

Reserve your seat soon.

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Metal – Glass & Bone

Seats are still available for May’s Metal + Glass course! 

Screenshot 2016-04-27 09.35.37METAL + GLASS 4wk: Next course starts up Monday, May 2nd and runs Monday & Wednesday evenings Form • Fabricate • Cast • Fuse – Learn basic Goldsmithing – 6:30-9:30pm, – $275 per person, 6 people max, 3 people min. Deposit of $137.50 to hold space.  Further details and to register, please follow this link.

 

 

 


Screenshot 2015-11-05 11.32.55Glass cabochons, bezel settings & fold forming, heat rivet connections & simple hollow forms. 4 evenings starting Tuesday June 7th-28th (runs Tuesday evenings 6:30-10pm), $280pp Deposit of half required to hold seat. All materials included. Seating is limited to 4 students 

Sculpt molten glass

 


 

Early announcement!

Nanopod: Hybrid Studio is excited to announce Bat Skeleton Articulation workshops

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Date: Thursday, August 25th
Time: 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Cost: $200
Deposit of $100 required to hold seat* Seating is limited, reserve your spot today.

 

Registration for any of our classes can be made via Paypal, or with Visa, MasterCard or cash at the studio.