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The Hottest Women at UW Oshkosh

The sizzling hot (literally) women (and men) are in Teresa Lind's Advanced Sculpture class at UW Oshkosh, where they learn to pour metal and make beautiful 3-D pieces. For journalists, immersed in 2-D mediums, metal pouring was an awesome sight to behold. The melted bronze in the crucible, the container that holds the metal, gets upwards of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Hottest Women at UW Oshkosh

Cooling Down After the Pour

My students Kristen Manders and Mai Yeng Xiong and I were about 10 feet away from the heat, but we still felt its fiery glory. Can't imagine what the sculpture students who were handling the crucible were feeling.

We used two Kodak Zi8 to film the pouring. By the end of the shoot, the plastic casing on the little camera was smoking hot. Shawn McAfee of UW Oshkosh Learning Technologies came along to take still photos.

Sculpture instructor Teresa Lind oversaw the metal pour, which ran like a Broadway production. Everyone had a role and everyone must be in sync. Unlike a play, however, a misstep in a metal pour could mean a trip to the ER.

The following video is a preview of the upcoming story on Teresa Lind, her students and the wondrous beauty of a hot metal pour. For the complete story, please see The Art of the Metal Pour.



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by Grace Lim last modified Apr 07, 2011 07:54 AM

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