During the nineteenth century, Albany and Troy manufacturers were among the largest producers of cast-iron stoves in the world. The Hudson River allowed Troy and Albany to bring raw materials to the foundries and finished stoves to worldwide markets. This … Learn More
In this three-day drop-off program students will be inspired by items on view in our current exhibition, Masterworks:225 Years of Collecting. We’ll take special note of artifacts and artwork that were created using casting techniques such as the ornate cast iron stoves. These items will get our artistic minds in gear as we experiment with our own basic casting techniques using mediums like plaster, wax, and clay.
Tuition includes materials and museum admission.
Registration is required and space is limited.
Register online at albanyinstitute.org
$45 members/$60 non-members for the three day session
Space is limited and registration is required.
-Please use a desktop computer for registration as mobile devices do not have the required security needed.
-Login and password in the registration process is optional.
Class registration assumes consent for photographs to be used for museum purposes. Please contact us if you would not like your child to be photographed.