Glass Forming Survey: An Introduction
Course No. GLS 243 Credits: 3.0
The focus of this class is to develop an understanding of how glass as a material works, and how one might use it to realize ideas of design and sculpture. This class will be an introduction to the fundamental techniques of glass working. This will include glassblowing and hot shaping, glass fusing and casting, flameworking, glue fabrication, and grinding, polishing and finishing processes. No previous experience necessary. Course fee required. May be repeated. Required of all second-year Glass majors.
Associate Professor/Chair of Ceramics/Chair of Glass
Seth Nagelberg is an artist and designer working primarily in clay. In 2015 Nagelberg published his first book...more
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