Mike Ouding / Studio 6 Thu 1/11-3/28 6:30 - 9pm / 12 weeks $375 / Members: $355
Explore the beauty of kiln fused glass using a colorful selection of transparent and opaque glass. Learn to design and produce a variety of projects including a slumped bowl, nightlight and sun catcher. Technical instruction of sawing, cutting and grinding is provided for the beginning through advanced students. Tools and project materials are provided, with additional materials available for purchase.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES FOR ARTISTS: FINDING ARTISTS; OPPORTUNITIES
Danielle Wyckoff / Multi-Purpose Classroom Sat 5/10 1 - 4 pm / One Day $70 / Members: $50
In this Saturday workshop, we will dive into some tactics for finding opportunities as well as reviewing some of the common documents/items needed for applying to them. Come to this class prepared to meet fellow artists, brainstorm, and get solid information on some of the first steps in developing your career in the arts. Students may bring any professional documents they’ve created for peer review or one-on-one feedback from Danielle.
– Danielle Wyckoff is an Associate Professor of Drawing and Printmaking at Kendall College of Art and Design. Her work, which includes works on paper, installations, and performances, is exhibited nationally and internationally. Workshop participants will be able to view her collaborative work, The Reproductive Media Mobile Zine Library.