We are so happy to welcome you to 92Y. Our health protocols have recently changed. Please read carefully before your visit.
Masks must be worn by everyone over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status.
Adults and children age 5+ must show proof of vaccination upon arrival — see details below.
Children Ages 5-11:
Exceptions (Applies to All Patrons)
Thank you for doing your part in helping to keep everyone in our community safe.
Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
Join internationally acclaimed sculptor Sergei Isupov for a series of demonstrations titled Eyes, Ears, and Lips.
The Zoom-format program will be streamed live from Sergei’s studio at Project Art in in Cummington, MA. Participants will be able to ask questions via chat throughout the program.
Registered students will receive links to a written tools and materials list and to the recording of the event. If you sign up for the class, you will be able to watch the recording at a later time even if you are not available for the live-stream.
The demonstration will take place over three days, with each demonstration lasting two hours, including the Q&A session. Day 1 will cover eyes, day 2 lips, and day 3 ears.
Each session will have three parts:
Online programs:An access link will be emailed to you after purchase
In-person programs:Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination is Required for all adults and children ages 12+. Proof of vaccination for children ages 5+ is required for certain programs. Learn more.
Masks must be worn at all times by everyone over the age of 2.
Sergei Isupov (b. 1963) is an Estonian-American sculptor internationally known for his highly detailed, narrative works …
Sergei Isupov (b. 1963) is an Estonian-American sculptor internationally known for his highly detailed, narrative works. Isupov explores painterly figure-ground relationships, creating surreal sculptures with a complex artistic vocabulary that combines two- and three-dimensional narratives and animal/human hybrids. He works in ceramic using traditional hand building and sculpting techniques to combine surface and form with narrative painting using stains and clear glaze.
Isupov teaches workshops and lectures internationally at conferences, universities, museums and art centers, and has a long international resume with work included in numerous collections and exhibitions. He graduated from the Art Institute of Tallinn, Estonia with a BA/MFA in Ceramics in 1990. He immigrated to the United States in 1994. Sergei, along with his wife and daughter divide their year between Estonia and the USA.