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Restorative Art Lab

students with restorative art projects

In the Restorative Arts Lab, students practice hands-on application of theories learned in lecture.  Students receive instruction to obtain a thorough understanding of the skeletal and muscular structure of the human face and topical placement of features.  Concurrent with this instruction, students work independently with a skeletal armature and restorative model wax to create the depiction of a face of their choosing. Students do not need to be skilled in art to excel in restoration!

Restorative Arts Lab Schedule

Our semester II and III restorative arts curriculum is structured to prepare students for implementation of real-life trauma and disfigurement restoration procedures. Each student works independently during their assigned weekly lab under the guidance of licensed instructors. Armatures and modeling wax are reserved for each registered student, which they will purchase on campus during the first week of semester II.