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Borosilicate Glass

13 February @ 9:30 am - 15 February @ 4:30 pm

| $390 per person per day (includes all materials)

More is better: sculpting, fusing & assembling Borosilicate Glass

Beginners to advanced lampworkers

1, 2 or 3 day program

Students will be led through a process to develop their technique while letting their imagination off least to reveal their personal style and create elaborate borosilicate pieces.

Day 1 – 13 February 2019: Techniques for sculpting, fusing and assembling borosilicate glass

Day 2 – 14 February 2019: Techniques for blowing, fusing and assembling borosilicate glass

Day 3 – 15 February 2019: Taking your skills to the next level – creating  elaborate sculptures

NB: the program will be shaped in line with the skills and interests of participants.

Cedric Ginart (Canada) is a scientific glass blower and a glass artist. He has worked with scientists, artists, industrialists, designers and architects on experimental projects, on creating unique artwork and prototypes as well as limited-run series and art installations.

Karina Guevin (Canada) is a sculptor and a glass artist. Her approach to glass is very innovative as she tries to push the envelope technically and aesthetically in her work. The form and colour come from the bottom of her sould and reflect her crazy bubbly personality.

Cedric and Karina work together regularly teaching flameworking for many international schools. This will be their first time teaching in Australia.

Details

Start:
13 February @ 9:30 am
End:
15 February @ 4:30 pm
Cost:
$390 per person per day (includes all materials)

Organiser

Festival of Glass
Phone:
0418899863
Website:
www.festivalofglass.net.au

Venue

Cafe Zoo
23 High St
Drysdale, Victoria 3223
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