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Glassmaking Classes at The Studio

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The Vocabulary of Heat

Classes

Date: 
August 3 - 8, 2020
Season: 
Summer
Technique: 
Glassblowing
Level: 
Advanced-Beginner
Duration: 
One-Week Session

Learning to blow glass is often an exercise in confronting the awkwardness of the process, co-mingled with a dense technical vocabulary. This class is for students who are beginning to find their footing in a hot glass studio, but would like to reinforce basic skills. Studying the principles of the material will aid in the understanding of glassblowing.

The mechanics of how glassblowers move through the glass studio correlate to the amount of time they have to work with the heat of the glass. Students will learn to work at a faster pace and develop muscle memory through the repetition of basic shapes. The wealth of history and information in the Museum collections and the Rakow Research Library will be incorporated daily into the curriculum. Some glassblowing experience is required.

$875.00

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Instructor

Ross Delano

Ross Delano is a glassmaker who has been working with the material since 2005, when he was introduced to it at Franklin Pierce University while earning his BS in Business Administration. After...