Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden

Sculpture Workshops

The sculpture department offers tuition in a variety of techniques. It is responsible for the following workshops: large sculpture workshop, 3D Lab, bronze workshop, workshop for polymer materials, workshop for vacuum moulding, sculpture-model hall, spray booth, carpentry workshop and the metal workshop.

The Glass Workshop

The Glass Workshop. Photo: Håkan Larsson
The Glass Workshop. Photo: Håkan Larsson

The Glass workshop offers opportunities to work in various cold glass techniques, such as cold glass casting for three-dimensional glass …

The 3D Lab

The 3D Lab works with a number of rapidly developing digital techniques. Most techniques are based on three-dimensional computer models …

The Sculpture Studio

The focus in the plaster and modelling workshop is on creating individual works of art. Most techniques are covered, from …

The Wood Workshop

The Wood Workshop. Photo: Annette Felleson

The woodwork shop is equipped with industrial machines for working with wood and wood-based products, as well as acrylic plastics. …

The Metal Workshop

The Metal Workshop. Photo: Håkan Larsson
The Metal Workshop. Photo: Håkan Larsson

The metal workshop is equipped for wrought ironwork, sheet metal, and other common metalworking techniques. Adjoining the metal workshop is …

The Plastics Workshop

In the workshop for polymer materials, generally known as the plastic workshop, students can work with various hard plastics, thermoplastics, …

The Stone Workshop

Working with large volumes of stone takes place in collaboration with the stone industry. There are also opportunities for working …

The Bronze Workshop

The Bronze Workshop. Photo: Håkan Larsson
The Bronze Workshop. Photo: Håkan Larsson

For bronze casting, The Royal Institute of Art makes use of cire-perdue, the lost-wax technique. A wax copy or other flammable …