Center for Craft Studies Fused Glass: React and Stretch

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This course is designed to explore and expand on using reactive properties of kiln-formed glass. All levels are invited to explore and create. This 4-week course will begin with a review of studio safety, tools, basic firing and cold working techniques. Student will learn about possibilities for design and hue mutability in both opaque and transparent glass. Classes will include learning about the delightful and subtle use of tints, opaline and thin rolled glass in their work. Student projects for this 4-week course will include designing and executing a multi-layered piece that will showcase color reactions, creating a large 10 x 10”
panel, that will be fired, cold-worked (if desired) and mounted on a wood base for hanging. Alternately, the piece could be slumped into a shallow curved platter. A second large project will explore the dilution effect of firing selectively layered glass in a 8×8 or 7×12 presentation platter

Classes require a minimum enrollment of four students. If classes must be cancelled due to low enrollment, students will be informed one week prior to the start of the class and issued a full refund.


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$ 320.00
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