Isamu Noguchi said, “Industrial process has its own secret nature—its own entropy, its own cycle of birth and dissolution…” Noguchi worked directly with metal, just as he worked directly with stone, to provoke an awareness of nature. Learn about his process creating metal sculptures by visiting the galleries, and then join jewelry designer Marjorie Victor in the studio to learn how to handcraft a pendant from a piece of brass sheet metal.
Ages 18 and older. Previous experience is not necessary. Space is limited and advance registration is required. Program fee includes admission to the Museum and materials.
Registration opens on January 29.