For: Students with at lease 1 year of fusing experience
Tutor: Scott Chaseling
Students will make two pieces in the workshop and will gain valuable knowledge into the production process, which they will be able to draw on in future works. All materials are included in the workshop fee. Bullseye Glass will be used in this workshop.
After having studied in Australia, Scott Chaseling traveled widely, developing new works in new locations through teaching, residencies and workshops. Recent solo exhibitions have been in the European Museum of Contemporary Glass, Germany, the Musee du Verre,France and Canberra Museum and Gallery, Australia. In 2006 he was invited as the Levehulme Research Fellow to the University of Sunderland in the UK and between 2007- 10 he lived and worked in Berlin, Germany, continuing his own art practice. Scott Chaseling’s work is represented in many international museums and private collections including the Australian National Gallery, The Pergamon Museum, Germany and 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan.
Scott’s technical brilliance is clearly evident in this diverse and prolific body of work. The work that he is most commonly associated with is the roll -up technique. These vibrantly coloured works are narrative in nature featuring images on both the interior and exterior of the vessel.
Course Cost: $1390 ($600 dep required to secure a place, balance due 1st feb)
NOTE: Please read our class cancellations and transfers policies here
Contact Hours: (5 full days)
Please bring the following to class:
All materials included, students will need to bring personal protective equipment, eye glasses, ear protection and dust mask. And glass cutting tools