A talk by international glass-maker Karl Harron about his glass work and concepts. Looking at reactive glasses, work practice and teaching practice.
Form: “...by which shape is determined, as distinguished from the material of which it is composed, giving it individuality and a distinctive character”.
This interactive talk will gently lead you through my concepts and ideas associated with “Form”, employing the actual power-point presentation from The Perfect Vessel 7-day international master class.
Through discussions and Q&A’s the process will be to discard the superfluous and to identify and develop a personal concept in order to advance your aesthetic and conceptual perspectives.
The result will be a concept that is the simple expression of a complex thought and participants will be encouraged to adopt a sculptural approach to their work - a search for form and push their glass in a new direction rather than master a technique.
But ultimately there has to be a “reason” to create anything, a desire to fulfil a concept which is perceived to be worth the outcomes.
Hosted by City of Glasgow College in partnership with Scottish Glass Society.
Please book to confirm your place at: www.eventbrite.co.uk
On arrival report to level 2 reception at
City of Glasgow College
190 Cathedral Street
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