Summer Session I
June 8–27th, 2014
|ART 5330-301||Grad Ceramics||Watkins||26894|
|“Creating Your Visions”
From beginners through master level students, this course offers an opportunity to work with outstanding internationally recognized ceramicists using both hand and wheel work with traditional and non-traditional firing techniques. Open to beginners through master students.
|ART 5305-001||Grad Glassblowing||Rynearson||35323|
|“Too Hot To Handle”
Learn hot glass blowing techniques from an energetic group of master glassblowers. From the first time glassblower to the student wanting to stretch their technique, this class brings the best elements of glassblowing to you.
|ART 5100-097||Visual Studies||Check||June 8 - 13||26899|
|ART 5100-098||Visual Studies||Akins||June 15 - 20||26900|
|ART 5100-099||Visual Studies||Akins||June 22 - 27||26901|
|“The Nature of Place”
Examine the influence and inspiration of place on the pedagogics of creativity. A thorough and yet fun adventure into discussions and art reflecting the unique perspective of each student as well as the opportunity to work with excellent educators as your guide.
|ART 4322-301||Solar Powered Painting||Flueckiger||35314|
|ART 5322-301||Solar Powered Painting||Flueckiger||35554|
|“Nature & Image”
Wild, tame, human...what is nature? How do we use it in the painting studio? Whether you set up an easel plain air style to paint the landscape, use the sun to print prairie grass into your canvases, explore the human spirit or ponder the relationship between screen time and collective consciousness, nature is always there. This class measures our studio techniques against the backdrop of nature and the infinite forms it can take in terms of both form and content.
For more information contact Karen Lopez.