The theme for this Exploration session is “Illuminating Glass”.
Practical, decorative and often an object of artistic creativity, glass is a medium that challenges our exploration of using light to illuminate it - inspiring us to reveal its particular transmission, reflection and refraction properties.
Chose one or two forms of glass that interest you. These might include architectural glass, stained glass, paper weights, wine glasses, figurines, artistic glass pieces, acid-etched, engraved, broken, sand blasted objects, blown glass vessels, lens balls, bowls, vases, paperweights, prisms, fiber optics, etc.
As with the paper exploration, glass should be the primary content and any other object, person or medium should be there as a minor contrast or embellishment.
Limit of three different approaches/images per submission.
DEADLINE - Images must be submitted by midnight March 28thth
Note that we will once again be utilizing our WebEx online meeting system that will allow you to use your computer or smartphone to view the presentation as well as allow you to call in for the audio and participate with questions or comments.
If you have any questions or need any further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We hope to see you on Tuesday, March 30th
Robin King, Education Director & Jared Fein, Challenges Director
Photo credit: Robin King
Illuminating (or shedding light on) glass