WOW makes a special day extra memorable with our interactive metal casting. The WOW bus has parked at birthday parties, museums, nature centers, breweries, and more for unique transformative creation.
Our bus can accommodate a few to a few hundred and we're available for public or private events. See what we've created in the past here.
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The WOW Mobile Metal Lab is celebrating Coral Penelope Lambert’s A'LTERNATE WORLDS' solo exhibition at the NE Sculpture Gallery Factory. The exhibition is a collection of works that investigate the spaces between twilight and dreams. Exploring the concept of alternate worlds takes on a different significance whilst living in a pandemic world: a world where everything is familiar but strange ... Read More
In this all hands-on, creative and exciting class you will carve an original design (or choose from a selection of symbols and imagery) into a cuttlefish bone to create negative space for your two-piece mold. That space is filled with lead-free pewter to create your small sculpture, pendant, jewelry, keychain, brooch or charm. You pour the metal into your mold, ... Read More
We get our hands dirty on the WOW bus. Kids explore various foundry techniques in mold-making, sculpting, and casting. Science and art walk hand-in-hand as we transform a child's vision into tangible creation.
The WOW team takes each little artist through the entire process of casting metal – from safety gear to surface treatments – and demonstrates just how accessible this ancient process can be. It’s hands-on, interactive, exciting, empowering, collaborative work! We offer one-off classes, longer collaborations, and even summer camps.
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Transformation has never been so fun. Our classes are informative, exciting, and empowering. The WOW celebrates personal expression and the process of object making and industry. Our classes offer an introduction to the form and function of cast metal - from the sculpture in your mind’s eye to utilitarian objects.
All programming is accessible to most ages and all abilities.