Bryan House was built in 1924 to serve as home to the presidents of Indiana University. The home reopened in 2017 to serve as a premier space for hosting important occasions and distinguished visitors to Indiana University. This course will allow attendees a closer look at the historic house that has served as a backdrop to many important events in university history, as well as the artwork and antiques that make this house a home.
Photo credit: Melissa Nam
Casting, the process of melting metal into a mold, is one of the most ancient concepts in metalworking, and opens up endless possibilities for making complex, repeatable forms. In this course, you will learn the basic process of lost-wax casting by designing and creating your own ring or pendant. We will cover techniques including wax carving, creating a mold with plaster investment, centrifugal casting, and sanding and finishing.
Work by Gabriel Mo
Experience the joys of playing golf! Whether you’re new to the game or have had some experience on the golf course, and understand golf fundamentals, you’ll benefit from this course. Come to learn or improve your skills in putting, chipping, as well as using irons, woods, hybrids, and drivers. Golf clubs and balls are provided.