GLASS SUMMER SESSION 6
JULY 30–AUGUST 11, 2023
The Transparent Self
Through a series of personal reflections and material inquiries, we’ll identify methods for making the stories that define us visible through glass. This workshop will examine the qualities that make glass such a powerful mode of expression and help students find an honest and natural relationship with the material. We’ll cover many techniques for creating glass sculpture, including basic glassblowing, adhesives and assemblage, color application, and basic coldworking. Traditional and nontraditional processes will help you access the expression that comes from a harmony between you and the material. All levels. Hot-glass studio.
Studio artist, member of Related Tactics Collective, executive director of Public Glass (San Francisco); teaching: Sierra Nevada College (CA), San Francisco State University (CA), California College of Arts (CA), University of Washington (WA); 2022 Center for Craft Research fellow; residencies; KALA Institute (CA), Pilchuck Glass School (WA), Starworks (NC), Montalvo (CA); exhibitions: Crafting the Vernacular at KMAC (KY), Disclosure with RelatedTactics at Center For Craft (NC), Disclosure with RelatedTactics at Corning Museum (NY).