GLASS 623 001
3 credit hours
Lab Fee $300
Using traditional and non-traditional techniques, explored through drawings and historical examples, we will focus on achieving specific shapes and consider simple innovations, like playing with opacity, and aesthetic accidents-bubbles or cracks, to transform traditional forms. Students may focus to work on something as simple as a clear tumbler or can take on more complex projects. Finding significance in even the most minute of details, we will find grounds for exploration, experimentation and conceptual thinking, while simultaneously examining the artifacts of our failures.
* Open to students of all levels