Terrance Wong (b. 1988, Boston MA) is a visual arts teacher licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, as well as a community artist, sculptor, and printmaker dealing with the issues and concepts of communication and storytelling, working primarily in multimedia installation and performative acts. He received his MAT in Secondary Visual Art Education from Tufts University, and his BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in partnership with Tufts University, focusing on art education, public art, installation, sculpture, printmaking, and child development.
Terrance has exhibited internationally and at home, with notable exhibitions at the Villa Bienniale in Venice, Italy (2011); the Cambridge Arts Council gallery in Cambridge, MA (2009); and the Bromfield Gallery in Boston, MA (2008). Recent public projects include Impressions On Site (2012-2013), … (“ellipsis”; 2009), ArtForce! Cambridge: A Public Art Lab (2008), and facilitation of the Chisels and Chainsaws ice sculpture events (2007, 2009).
In addition to teaching welding and teen workshops at Stonybrook, he teaches high school art at Boston Day and Evening Academy, a Boston Public School. Previous teaching experience includes the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and many elementary, middle, and high schools in the Greater Boston Area.
- Monday Night Welding
- Introduction to MIG Welding
- Introduction to Stick Welding
- Introduction to Oxygen-Fuel Welding
- Weld-A-Critter Workshop
- 8-Hour Welding Intensive
- Teen Welding Intensive
- Teen Casting Intensive
- Make a Wedding Ring Workshop
- Aluminum Casting Workshop
- Teambuilding courses
- Available for welding advisory time
- Available for custom/private welding workshops
- Available for custom/private casting workshops
Terrance also designed our “Skull” and “Hot Thing” t-shirts, which are available for purchase in our studio.