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This 5 day course (4 days to work in the hot shop + 1 day to finish off) will help students develop a range of hot glass skills and aims to cultivate a narrative for their pieces.

Using a combination of traditional glass skills and introducing the concept of incorporating new technologies, this workshop will aim to produce a body of works for contemplation. Found objects and pre-fabricated glass components may be incorporated, but the heart of the course will be concentrating on the technical process, be it colour techniques or the pursuit of form and pinpoint how we might use this to create work with meaning.

Arrive with some ideas for development or a completely blank canvas, the decision is yours, but think about technical processes you may want to learn. Bring plenty of energy and drive, a good sense of humour and a sunny disposition and we will see where it takes us.

James Maskrey (MA in Glass, University of Sunderland, UK) started working with glass in 1990. In 1997 he embarked on a Three Dimensional Design BA Hons degree in glass at The Surrey Institute of Art and Design graduating in June 2000. In 2001 James joined the Glass and Ceramics department at The University of Sunderland. In 2002 he started his Master of Arts studies at the University. He graduated with an MA in Glass with distinction in 2004. In 2014 James continues to work at the University, specialising in hot glass. He has exhibited his work in the UK, Europe, The USA, China and at The International Glass Symposium in the Czech Republic.

Date: 7-8-9-10-11 of April 2014, from 10 am to 5 pm
Instructor: James Maskrey (UK)
Assistent: Nadia Matthynssens (GlazenHuis)
Participants: 6 persons
Experience required
Price: € 450
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Dorp 14b - 3920 Lommel - België
T +32(0)11/54.13.35 - F +32(0)11/55.22.66
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