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Online Course: Developing Your Creative Voice


June 23 - July 28, 2021 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Professional Practice
All Levels
Six-Week Session

Understanding how you think and approach your own practice is essential to your success as an artist. This six-week course will introduce students to research and creative problem-solving skills that will help further their studio practice and develop their own voice as an artist. The class will present reflective decision-making processes around studio work and assist artists in understanding and directing this area of their creative practice. By breaking down how ideas evolve and analyzing how other artists have tackled these issues, the class will empower students with this rarely discussed but important area of the creative process. The six sessions will consist of presentations, group discussion, and established creative tasks.

The class includes presentations by artists such as Mel Douglas and April Surgent. No glassworking experience is required.

The class will be delivered via weekly video conferences that incorporate live presentations and class discussions. Classes take place Wednesdays, 7–8:30 PM EST, beginning June 23, 2021. Students registered for this course should have a reliable internet connection during class hours and a computer or tablet that can support video and audio communication. All students will have an online orientation with Studio staff prior to June 23 to ensure connectivity. If this class is full, we encourage you to email your name and phone number to [email protected] to be added to the waiting list. For more information, please contact The Studio at +1 607.438.5100 or [email protected].

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Richard Whiteley joined the Museum in October 2019 as the Senior Program Manager at The Studio, responsible for developing and managing new glassmaking programming.

Whiteley has spent his...