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Online Course: Exploring Kiln Cast & Cold Worked Glass


October 7 - December 16, 2020 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Kiln Working and Cold Working
All Levels
Ten-Week Session

This ten-week online class offers a unique approach to learning the processes of kiln casting and cold shaping for glass. Students will develop knowledge in formulating and using mold recipes for glass casting, preparing firing programs for specific kilns and works, as well as an extensive approach to cold forming and finishing techniques for glass sculptures. Each week of this class will be broken down into steps to guide students while encouraging them to apply their own ideas to set projects and tasks. During the class there will also be time to discuss approaches to reflective thinking that help develop each artist’s voice.

Some experience with glass, ceramics, or sculpture is required. As this is an online class, it will be helpful for participants to have access to a computer-controlled kiln for casting and a space for mold making and cold working. These are important to enable students to apply the skills being introduced.

The class will be delivered via weekly video conferences that incorporate presentations, live demonstrations, and class discussions. Classes take place from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EST. 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 October 7 to ensure connectivity. For more information, please contact The Studio at +1 (607) 438-5100 or [email protected].

If this class is full, please email your name and phone number to [email protected] to be added to the waitlist.

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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...