NOTE: Our business offices are currently closed. The park remains open daily 9am-5pm. More info here. For the latest updates regarding COVID-19, click here.

Sculptural Collage through Silicone Mold Making

Thursday, November 19, 2020, 6:30PM - Monday, November 23, 2020, 8PM


VENUE: Online

Service fees may apply and are non-refundable.
Montalvo donor discounts are offered on select events; donors, please Log In to access special ticket prices. Box Office is open one hour prior to all show times.

Silicone Mold Making
Photo: Alex Jones

Stay connected: Enter your email address to begin receiving Montalvo's weekly e-newsletters!



This event will take place online through Zoom. Prior to the event, registrants will receive a link and password via email, as well as additional instructions if necessary.

In this two-session course, students will explore Plaster Sculpture techniques through the Silicone Mold Making process. Students will learn a step-by-step process on how to replicate a personal plaster object by creating a rubber silicone mold. Along with a final sculptural object, students are encouraged to utilize collage materials to embed within the sculpture such as magazine clipping, custom paper, thread, photographs, found flowers, etc.  

This online course will be broken into two sessions:

  • Thursday, November 19, 6:30-8pm
  • Monday, November 23, 6:30-8pm


Please prepare for this online class by ensuring you can secure the necessary materials. with the materials list, links to purchase any necessary items, and other helpful information for class.

About the instructor, Andrew Ordonez:

Andrew Ordonez is a visual artist living and working in Kansas City, Missouri. He received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2013. His interdisciplinary practice currently explores the nature of erasure and artifact conservation through sculpture, installation, and photography. He is currently a Charlotte Street Foundation 2019-20 Studio Resident and a former Drugstore KC resident from 2017-19. Ordonez has recently exhibited work in gallery spaces throughout Kansas City, MO such as the H&R Block Artspace, Front/Space, the Kiosk Galley, Open House, and Leedy-Voulkos Art Center. He has also exhibited nationally at the Coop Gallery in Nashville, TN, and at the Mexic-arte Museum in Austin, TX for the 23rd annual YLA exhibition. In addition to his studio practice, he is a visual artist instructor at the KCAI Continuing Education, and a Program Supervisor at Imagine That KC.

• Join & share on Facebook