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Light the Way: Masterclass with Nadege Desgenetez  | 5 DAYS
Light the Way: Masterclass with Nadege Desgenetez  | 5 DAYS Light the Way: Masterclass with Nadege Desgenetez  | 5 DAYS Light the Way: Masterclass with Nadege Desgenetez  | 5 DAYS Light the Way: Masterclass with Nadege Desgenetez  | 5 DAYS
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Light the Way: Masterclass with Nadege Desgenetez | 5 DAYS

Regular price $1,210.00

APPLICATIONS FOR ENROLMENT ESSENTIAL: please contact Kristel Britcher (kristel.britcher@jamfactory.com.au) to apply prior to completing payment

 

 

Suitable for participants with prior glass-blowing experience, this hot-shop class will survey colour application techniques as well as traditional and contemporary shaping methods to interrogate how blown glass objects can augment, focus or facilitate experiences of natural and/or artificial light. 

Open to product design as well as speculative and sculptural interpretations, this 5-day intensive will foster individual approaches through teamwork and group discussions. Participants will engage in technical assignments before developing a personal response to a class brief through drawing, modelling and prototyping. Students can expect to refine, develop and expand upon their repertoire of glass blowing techniques, hone their design and prototyping skills, and grow their confidence in voicing their creative objectives and reflecting critically in a peer-to-peer context.

 

Nadege Desgenetez

Nadege Desgenetez is a maker, artist and educator; upon discovering glass blowing in France in the 1990s, she quickly became enthralled with the medium. She has worked and taught in hot shops across Europe, Asia, North America and Australia. Her work is exhibited internationally; most recently in the three-person show Material Language at Craft Victoria (Melbourne, AU) and in a solo exhibition with The Something Machine (Bellport, USA). Her sculptures are held in private and public collections, including at the Corning Museum of Glass (USA), the Toledo Museum of Art (USA) and the Carnegie Museum of Art (USA).

 

Course Requirements

Prior glassblowing experience is essential; this course is suitable for early-career and intermediate artists with one year of tertiary glass blowing experience or equivalent. Please contact Kristel Britcher (kristel.britcher@jamfactory.com.au) to apply prior to completing your enrolment. 

Glass is supplied; participants will need to bring their own tools. Lunch will be provided on the first day.


 

OH&S
please note that due to the increased risk of transmission within the glass studio, participants may be asked to conduct a rapid-antigen test upon arrival prior to commencing the workshop; students will be offered a credit for a future workshop if necessary.

 

 

 

Glass supplied; students will need to bring their own tools.
Ages 18+
Location: JamFactory Glass Studio
Ground Floor, 19 Morphett Street, Adelaide
Duration: 5 days

Time: 8am-4.30pm each day (lunch break at 12pm)
Date: Monday - Friday 8-12th July 2024
Tutor: Nadege Desgenetez

 

General information on our short course requirements, facilities and refund policy can be found here

Category: All, Handmade, JamFactory