ROCKLAND – Adults of all skill levels are invited to participate in a two-part mold making and casting workshop in January at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Community artist Alexis Iammarino will lead the two-day in-person Sunday morning workshops for adults who want to develop skills to create 3D forms. The workshops draw inspiration from the main gallery exhibit, “Spatial Relations,” featuring works made from cast concrete, ceramic, wood and mixed media.

Workshop participants will explore casting small objects in plaster and will use wax molding to create sculptural forms. As a bonus, adults taking this workshop as a follow-up to CMCA’s December workshops have the added opportunity to refine previously cast pieces.

The workshops will be held Jan. 9 and 16 from 9 a.m. to noon at CMCA, 21 Winter St. The cost of $150 for non-members and $125 for CMCA members includes all materials. Please register online at cmcanow.org by Jan. 8.

These workshops are offered as part of CMCA’s Artist Toolbox program, which is designed for adults artists who want to develop new skills to advance their artistic practice. CMCA’s Artist Toolbox program is made possible by a grant from the Quimby Family Foundation.