Glass Core: Color
Course No. GLS 200-300-400 Credits: 0.0
Faculty Benjamin Johnson
The emphasis of this course will be on Color. The fundamentals of value, balance, and line in both two- and three-dimensional glass work will be explored to further the understanding of Color. Students will work on assigned and self-proposed projects, using the four fundamental techniques of glass working, to explore color applications achievable in glass. Research in developing concepts using glass as a medium for expression, includes work on production practices, one-of-a-kind vessel making and the use of glass to complete sculptural ideas. Majors learn safety in the studio and are assigned responsibilities in studio operation. Team approach emphasized in hot shop, building on and from basic working fundamentals. Students will be involved with practical experience in applying to shows and exhibiting works. Required of all Glass majors. Prerequisite: Intro/ Intermediate Hot Glassblowing or Glass Forming Survey or by permission of Glass chair.
Assistant Professor | Chair of Glass
Born in Cicero, Indiana, Benjamin Johnson earned his BFA in glass from Kent State University and his MFA in gl...more
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