You know The Art League School offers classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, fiber arts, sculpture, jewelry, and every other medium under the sun. Did you know there’s also a class in crime-solving?
Forensic artist Joe Mullins teaches “Mystery Solved: Facial Reconstruction” Wednesday nights at the Madison Annex. Students start with only a cast skull, and over seven weeks, they reconstruct a mystery face bit by bit. Joe was kind enough to show us a little bit of the process this week:
Joe, who is a Forensic Imaging Specialist at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, does forensic work on unidentified crime victims and recently reconstructed a 2,500-year-old mummy’s face. We blogged about some of his work in November — check it out! You can also watch other demos from Art League School teachers on YouTube.