SPRING 2015

Fused Glass: Exploring Transparency, Layering and Composition
Instructor: Scott Avidon

Adults: 5 Weeks

Day:Time:Dates:Price: 
Tuesday6:30 - 9:30 PMFebruary 17 - March 17$200*/$275**REGISTER
FridayNoon - 3 PMFebruary 20 - March 20$200*/$275**REGISTER
Saturday12:30 - 3:30 PMFebruary 14 - March 14$200*/$275**REGISTER

 

Youth (Grades 9 - 12) 12:30 - 3:30PM

SessionDates:Price:REGISTRATION
10 WEEKSMarch 21 - June 6$200*/$275**REGISTER
5 WEEKS(A)March 21 - April 25$200*/$275**REGISTER
5 WEEKS(B)May 2 - June 6$200*/$275**REGISTER
 

Reminder there is no class on Saturday April 4th or May 23rd. Glass is an extraordinary material that offers a myriad of opportunities to explore and manifest one’s own creative expression.This course will focus exclusively on transparent glass (as opposed to opaque glass) as the means to expand your understanding of layering, transparency, color theory and composition. Ideas, objects, images and words that inspire you will serve as the jumping off point for creating multi-layered fused glass panels of your own designs.  You will create panels for wall mounting or form them into functional plates, platters or bowls.  You do not need any prior glass working experience to take this course.  You will learn the basics of glass cutting, fusing and slumping plus many other aspects of kiln-formed glass in this course.  The aim for this course is that students will develop a passion to continue exploring transparent fused glass as a means for individual artistic expression.  Disclaimer: Glass art uses cutting, fusing and slumping techniques that can produce sharp edges on glass pieces. Students should be aware that they may get cut on occasion and should use all safety precautions.

Pricing includes $50 material Fee and $25 registration fee, which are waived with the purchase of an annual membership. Initial glass and firing fees included in price.

* Members price.
** Non-Members price.

Disclaimer: Glass art uses cutting, fusing and slumping techniques that can produce sharp edges on glass pieces. Students should be aware that they may get cut on occasion and should use all safety precautions.