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Founded in 1977 by artists Richard Yelle and Erik Erikson as the New York Experimental glass workshop, UrbanGlass was the first artist access glass center in the United States and is now the largest. Previously, those interested in working in glass could only do so at art schools, in factories or by...
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This class will focus on telling stories through figurative sculpture in glass. Emphasis will be placed on sculpting hot glass and assembling components to create objects that change with personal stories. The class will go over the use of the garage, hot torch and color application, along with hollow and solid sculpting. Please Note: Preparation...
Monday Jul 29th, 6pm - 10pm(5 sessions)
How can you have Hot iced tea? By blowing the glass yourself of course! In this three hour class, students will try their hand at hand blown drink-ware using traditional glassblowing techniques and block molds. Using a mold instead of hand-blowing, produces a symmetrical and beautiful tall iced tea glass, perfect for cooling all Summer long.
Sunday Aug 4th, 4pm - 7pm
Blow it, sculpt it, cut it, polish it- then pick it back up and do it again! Let’s use the hot glass shop to explore simplified blown and sculpted forms. We will look at post-gathering and working the glass thick and even. From there we will cold work and enamel the objects. In the cold shop we will engrave, grind or sandblast. Day 3 we pick our...
Monday Aug 19th, 6pm - 10pm(5 sessions)
In this workshop, embark on a Promethean exploration into the world of responsive and interactive sculpture. Explore strategies for adding a responsive element to sculpture through physical computing using sensors, microcontrollers, glass, and plasma to create opportunities for interactivity. Curious participants are invited to play and experiment...
Monday Aug 19th, 6pm - 10pm(10 sessions)
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