Craft in Context with Michael Schunke & Josie Gluck
6:00 AM Jun 23 - 12:00 PM Jul 5, 2013
Place: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
Host: Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
2-week intensive studio workshop
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
International Craft School
Session 2/Glass Workshop
Craft in Context
Using the vessel as our subject, this advanced glassblowing workshop will focus on both the act of crafting and the crafted object. Intensive studio practice sessions and demonstrations will offer participants the opportunity to sharpen glassblowing skills and refine techniques. Workshop conversations and individual meetings will address design and process development in personal and professional craft contexts. A minimum of 2-3 consecutive years of consistent glassblowing experience required.
MICHAEL SCHUNKE received a BFA in Glass at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Pennsylvania and the Rhode Island School of Design before founding his first company, Nine Iron Studios in1998. He has taught at many institutions including the Toyama Institute of Glass Art in Japan, Haystack, and Penland. His work is widely exhibited, and is in museum collections worldwide. vetrovero.com
JOSIE GLUCK attended the Appalachian Center for Craft and was a member of Dale Chihuly’s and Lino Tagilapietra’s glassblowing teams before receiving a MFA in Designed Objects from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Michael and Josie met at Haystack in 2008. Together, they founded and operate Vetro Vero glassblowing and design studio in Chester County, Pennsylvania. vetrovero.com
More Information: www.haystack-mtn.org
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