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CAEL2076: Upcycled Glass: Introducing Warm Glass

This unit examines conceptual and practical applications of fused glass through contemporary art and design. In studio based research projects and contextual presentations you will develop your understanding of the role of glass as an everyday and cultural material that can be fused together to produce new forms and creative narratives. You will explore a variety of processes, including: diamond cutting, polishing, lathe-working, engraving and hot and cold glass joining. You will select a range of studio projects that combine sustainable, critical and practical skills to develop and realise creative works. You can work exclusively with glass or with other media and creative processes.

Code CAEL2076
Academic unit Sydney College of the Arts
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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12 credit points at 1000 level in Visual Arts or 12 credit points at 1000 level in Studio Foundation
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. demonstrate understanding of up-cycled and kiln formed glass: the history of the glass; contemporary art practices; and relevant histories and theories that informs their own creative processes
  • LO2. communicate your ideas and those of others creatively and effectively
  • LO3. demonstrate rigorous and independent thinking in the development and editing of your projects
  • LO4. engage critically with social, cultural and ethical issues and apply local and international perspectives specific in studio glass to extend your creative practice
  • LO5. use appropriate technologies and media to effectively gather information
  • LO6. critically evaluate information and apply to your own practice where appropriate.