Modelling and Casting Courses

Our modelling and casting courses are just right for you if you …

  • are either a beginner or advanced and experienced sculptor.
  • like to experiement with (new) materials or deepen existing skills.
  • place value on personal guidance in small course groups.
  • want to be instructed by accomplished course instructors.
  • like to let yourself be inspired in the creative process by like-minded students.
  • feel neither to young nor too old for this!

The multiplicity of applied materials offers much variety: clay, plasticine and wax are used for modelling. Plasticine is re-usable and wax serves as modelling material for the wax melting process in bronze casting. Predominately, clay, the classic modelling material, is utilized in the courses. Your work can also be fired at our school. Through the firing process, clay is usable as an ideal artistic finished product.

Our offering of modelling courses comprises the following 3 variations, which we consciously mix together for the compilation of each course group or together with other sculpting courses:

Course Offers


Modelling is totally new to you? Looking for someone who can teach you the basic steps and can show you the joy in working with clay and other modelling materials?


Working creatively with your own hands is enticing and you have already attempted your first modelling projects? You wish to learn various techniques, despite not having much previous experinece? Looking for someone who can teach your the basics step-by-step?

Advanced and professional

You already are comfortable with essential working steps of modelling? You want to work more closely with clay and are looking for someone who can deliver inspiration and professional tips? Welcome to our highest level course!

Special Courses: Modelling


Concrete is ideal for outdoor design. You become familiarized with the specifics of the material and receive valuable technical tips.


After a short introduction to the technique, you will sculpt large sculptures and figures (approx. 1 m tall) in hollow out modelling.


First, you will be taught important basic knowledge of anatomy and the theory of proportion (1/8-division). You then create a didactic drawing and a wireframe.


An introduction to the proportions and anatomy of the head is at the beginning of this course. After creating an armature, clay is used to build up the head.


This course looks at the different facial expressions of people. From joy (laughing) or sadness (crying) to surprise (open mouth) and anger (showing teeth), you will learn about and model the different basic emotions.


During the course week we approach the subject of the hand and its expression step by step. The anatomy is discussed and documented at the beginning, as well as the differences between the male and female hand.

Casting Courses


Create filigree small sculptures from solid cast bronze (max. height: 30cm, max. thickness: 4cm)! First, a wax model is created, which is then molded and burned out.


During the basic course, the focus is on easier natural mouldings of hands and feet. Additionally, you will create several segments of objects for duplication.

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Combination of Practice, Theory and Demonstration

Important topics and demonstrations are offered simultaneously with practical instruction. Utilize the possibility to deepen your specialized knowledge! In half-day courses theory instruction can only be taken in the morning.