Glassmaking Classes at The Studio

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Raising the Bar in Boro


September 26 - November 28, 2019 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Ten-Week Session

Students will explore an expanded understanding of temperature control while using striking colored borosilicate glass in both the flame and in the kiln while creating solid and hollow sculptural forms. Through a layered application of powders and frits, students will increase their awareness of color theory within a variety of opacities from opaque to transparent. Surface textures and surface applications will also be explored including fuming, encasement, and fumed sandblasting.

This class takes place on Thursday evenings for 10 weeks. Class time will be spent with technical demonstrations each week followed by assisted work time.  Students are encouraged to bring developed ideas to class for completion over a multi-week process. This class will use borosilicate (hard) glass.

One year of flameworking experience is required.

9 spots available.
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Stephen Brucker is a glass artist who lives and works in Camillus, New York. Brucker received his MFA in 2012 from the Rochester Institute of Technology and his BFA from SUNY Oswego in 2005. In...