Glass 644 001
1 credit hour, 1 week
Lab Fee $150
Students will survey a wide variety of techniques using standard glass tools and equipment while also receiving more specialized instruction on particular techniques and processes to pursue specific projects. Through demonstrations, discussions, and experimentation students will build a deeper understanding of the medium and the best methods to realize their ideas. This course will teach glassblowing basics and assist experienced students in furthering their own abilities. Beginning glassblowers and advanced students alike will oscillate between tradition and experimentation in order to find the perfect method through which to realize their desired form or concept.
- Tim Belliveau -
Tim Belliveau is an artist and teacher working primarily in glass, ceramic and 3D software, blending sculptural materials made by hand with geometric prints and renderings made on computer. Belliveau was born in Montréal and received his BFA in glass from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2005. He co-founded Bee Kingdom glass studio in 2005 as well as Berlin’s first public glass studio, Berlin Glas e.V. in 2012. He was a 2017 resident at the Europees Keramisch Werkcentrum (EKWC) in the Netherlands and currently lives and teaches in Montréal. His work with the Bee Kingdom collective has been exhibited at the Cheongju Craft Biennale, The Pergamon Museum and at the Pictoplasma festival in Monterrey, Mexico.