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 3D Lab

The 3D lab at the Royal Institute of Art offers the opportunity to work with various digital technologies that are …

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 …

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 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 …