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Glass in the Fourth Dimension with Martin Janecky and Gary Schwartz

A master glass sculptor and a renowned stop motion animator collaborate with students to create stop-motion animation with three dimensional objects formed in the Hot Shop. In this intensive project-based workshop, hone your hot glass skills, learn to stop motion from a materials-based perspective and learn about animation as a medium for self expression. Intermediate glass forming skills required; no animation skills required. About the Artists Born into a Czech family of glass workers, Martin Janecky began working in his father's factory at the age of 13 before attending secondary school concentrating on glass art. Since his first visit to the United States in 2003, he has served repeatedly as an Artist in Residence and instructor at Penland, Pilchuck, Corning, Tacoma and Public Glass. Janecky received the 2006 Kaiser foundation Award and the 2008 Salvador Dali World Prize. Gary Schwartz is an Academy Award-nominated filmmaker, animator, director, artist and educator. He conducts intensive hands-on animation workshops. Through his company, Single Frame Films, Schwartz has produced animation for Disney, Sesame Street, MTV, Fox Television and The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. He is a lecturer at the University of Michigan School of Art & Design  

Code:12SP9GC855
Dates:June 17-23, 2012    Check for other dates
Meets:Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 7 Sessions
Hours:56.00
Fee:$625.00  Fee Breakdown  

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