Glassblowing

3DGL231-01/NC0231-01

Start Date

01/02

Time

9am–5pm

Room

Collins C106 (Glass Hotshot)

End Date

01/11

Meeting Day

Wk 1, Tue-Sat & Wk 2 Mon-Thu

Credits

3

An introduction to the basic glassblowing techniques used to make vessels and sculptural forms. Throughout the course, progressively more difficult assignments teach new concepts and develop students’ skills. Group glassblowing clinics encourage teamwork. Historical and contemporary glass techniques, designs, and applications are discussed and incorporated into student work. No previous experience in glassblowing is required.

Class meets 8am-4pm as follows:
Week 1, Tuesday through Saturday, Jan 2-6
Week 2, Monday through Thursday, Jan 8-11

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Josie Gluck is an American designer and glassmaker. She holds a degree in Art History and Studio Art from Union College in Schenectady, NY, and studied glass at the Appalachian Center for Craft in Smithville, TN. Josie was a member of Dale Chihuly’s and Lino Tagilapietra’s glassblowing teams before earning an MFA in Studio / … Read more