May 16, 2013
Scholarships Fund CIA Grads' Travel Dreams
May 03, 2013 @ Arts Collinwood in Cleveland, OH
Biomedical Art Exhibition
May 16, 2013
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May 20, 2013
2013 Student Summer Show
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May 09, 2013
Four High School Students Awarded in CIA's National 2D3D Art + Design Contest
May 31, 2013
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May 02, 2013
Performance Art at MOCA Cleveland
Glass Major Day
Required of all Glass majors. Assignments will be given at 200 and 300, Independently guided study at 400 level. Research in developing concepts using glass as a medium for expression, includes work on production practices, one of a kind vessel making to the use of glass to complete sculptural ideas. Assignments will build individual students voice. Team approach emphasized in hot shop, building on and from basic working fundamentals. Beginning and advanced practice in alternative methods for forming include casting, mold construction, cold joining, and cold glass techniques. Students will be involved with practical experience in applying to shows and exhibiting works. Majors are learn and are assigned responsibilities in studio operation. Safety in the studio. Enrollment priority to Glass Majors, advanced electives with one semester of hot glass. Course fee required.
Glass: Glass Forming Survey: An Introduction
Course No. GLS243.1 Credits: 3
Faculty Sungsoo Kim
Introduction to fundamental techniques of glass working: blowing vessels based on the sphere; fusion/casting and annealing theory. Cutting, grinding, polishing, and general cold fabrication. Concepts and ideas for using glass in/as sculpture. Safety in the studio. Enrollment priority to beginners in Glass. Required of incoming 2nd year Glass majors. No Previous Experience necessary, course fee required. May be repeated. 3 credits.expand collapse
Glass: Introduction to Hot Glass
Course No. GLS243H.1 Credits: 3
Faculty Brent Young
In this class you will learn the fundamentals of blowing working in the hot glass studio. Emphasis will be placed on practice, to build familiarity and skill working in this magically engaging material. We will use simple forms to build confidence and basic skills while using a team approach to glass blowing. Simple color application and experimentation will be part of coursework. Also, fundamental work in cold glass techniques, grinding, cutting and polishing, and sand carving. Safety emphasized in all procedures. Lab fee required. Students will be required to provide and use simple safety glasses and other safety equipment. Open to all students, May be repeated. Course fee required. Offered fall and spring. 3 credits.expand collapse
Glass: Concept, Theory, & Practice
Course No. GLS343A/443A Credits: 3
Assignments given at all levels 300 Independent projects at 400. Includes research and development of concepts using glass as a media for expression. Practice in advanced hot glass working further building on fundamentals of blowing off-hand to more advanced techniques surface decoration of vessels and use of hot glass for sculptural ideas. Advanced methods for forming, may include hot casting, mold blowing, using multiples; cold joining using special adhesives; and cold glass, cutting grinding and finishing techniques. Emphasis on Hot Glass. Safety and General studio operation. For Glass Majors and Advanced Electives. Course fee required. May be repeated.
Glass: Introduction to Warm Glass and Fusion Processes
Course No. GLS243W.1 Credits: 3
Faculty Sungsoo Kim
Introduction to Glass Fusing, Slumping, Enameling and Casting. In this class, we will explore lots of possibilities in glass through kiln work. Throughout the semester, students will design and create 2D or 3D objects. Students will learn how to use the oven environment to simple mold systems. Physics of glass as it relates to Expansion and fitting of dissimilar glasses. Kiln environments include exercise in determining annealing schedules. Safety in all procedures require all to wear a dust mask or a respirator and eye protection every time working with plaster or any other equipment in the glass studio. Course fee required, open to all students. Course fee required. Fall and Spring Semesters. 3 credits.
Professor/Chair of Glass, Glass
Brent has conducted workshops all over the U.S. and Japan as well. His work has most recently been seen in the...more
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