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This weekend workshop will explore the possibilities of an open-face kilncasting mold. This technique is perfect for capturing the texture of everyday objects both as impressions in clay, or as direct transfers to the mold material.
Samples, materials, and textures in the studio will be available, or bring your own items to play with. Come with an open mind to learn the basics of this process and see the results of a kilncasting!
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Founded in 1977 by artists Richard Yelle and Erik Erikson as the New York Experimental glass workshop, UrbanGlass was the first artist access glass center in the United States and is now the largest. Previously, those interested in working in glass could only do so at art schools, in factories or by...
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In this weekend workshop, students will explore color and form through the creation of a glass sculpture that holds objects. Our process uses the Tiffany stained glass method. Each pupil will learn basic glass cutting, coldworking with grinders, copper foiling, soldering, and finally the assemblage of said sculpture. In addition, we will cover...
Saturday Feb 15th, 10am - 5pm(2 sessions)
Learn how to create your own neon sign or sculpture from start to finish in this two-day intensive workshop. The class will be presented as a series of tutorials focused on glass bending, designing, wiring, and installation, along with a demonstration of how a glass tube is processed and filled with gas to produce light. This course...
Saturday Mar 7th, 10am - 5pm(2 sessions)
Basic and advanced techniques of direct stone carving - initial roughing out, developing a form, final finishing and polishing are presented. There is a choice of softer stone or marble. Hand and pneumatic tools are both covered. Participants should end the course with the basic knowledge necessary to work on their own. Instruction is individually...
Tuesday Feb 4th, 5:30pm - 8pm(4 sessions)
Highly acclaimed sculptor, Ailene Fields, will be demonstrating and teaching the fine art of stone carving and finishing. Basics of stone carving - initial roughing out, developing a form, final finishing and polishing are presented during the course. There is a choice of softer stone or marble. tools, sharpening and maintenance are all covered. ...
Wednesday Feb 5th, 1pm - 3pm(4 sessions)
Let’s get technical! Due to its functionality and importance, scientific glass is some of the most technically complicated glass out there. This class will focus on scientific flameworking methods for working with hollow tubing. In the first half of class, we will cover basic techniques for sealing glass together and using ring seals....
Tuesday Feb 25th, 6pm - 9pm(6 sessions)
This flameworking class will focus on creating nature-inspired sculptures in the flame shop. Using borosilicate glass and a torch, students will learn to create a range of flora and fauna from flowers to bears, or whatever else you can imagine. No previous experience is required. The class will be tailored to each students abilities. Please Note:...
Saturday Feb 1st, 10am - 5pm(2 sessions)
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