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GRANT GARMEZY WILL BE ONE OF EIGHT GLASS INSTRUCTORS WHO WILL BE TEACHING A WEEK-LONG COURSE AT THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART THIS SUMMER.

Toledo Museum of Art to host master classes in glass with visiting artists
Grant Garmezy
Hot Sculpting
12/8/2019-16/8/2019
 
TOLEDO, Ohio – The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) will host a series of master classes in glass this summer. Beginning in May and continuing through August, these one-week master classes will offer instruction in a variety of glass techniques including glassblowing, flameworking, stained glass, glass casting, hot sculpting and glass print making. 

Posted 24 February 2019

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TOLEDO, Ohio – The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) will host a series of master classes in glass this summer. Beginning in May and continuing through August, these one-week master classes will offer instruction in a variety of glass techniques including glassblowing, flameworking, stained glass, glass casting, hot sculpting and glass print making.
 
            Each teaching artist is internationally recognized and brings with them a set of highly specific and refined skill set unique to each studio in the Glass Pavilion. The classes will run one week, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with lunch provided. Each week-long class will cost $950 for Museum members and $1,000 for non-members.
 
            “As birthplace to the American Studio Glass movement, it is natural that TMA continues to provide these teaching opportunities at the Glass Pavilion, one of the finest glass studios in the country,” explained Alan Iwamura, the Museum’s glass studio manager. “These intensive, topical focused classes are an excellent opportunity for artists to explore their creativity as they learn or hone their techniques.”

            Many of the classes are open to artists of all skill levels but some will require intermediate or advanced experience. Each class will be limited to nine students. Scholarships application information is available on the class registration page. The deadline to apply for a scholarship is April 1 while the deadline to register for a class is one month before it begins.
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            “The artists teaching during the classes are experts in their respective fields,” Iwamura said. “These are the people you want to learn from and they are excited to have the opportunity to teach where it all began more than 50 years ago.”,,,,,,
 
Artists participating in the master class workshops include:
-Joseph Cavalieri - Stained Glass (May 6-10, 2019)
-Joe Cariaiti - Glass- Blowing (June 24-28, 2019)
- Flameworking (June 24-28, 2019)
-Boyd Sugiki & Lisa Zerkowitz - Glass Blowing (July 15-19, 2019)
-Joanna Manousis - Glass Casting (July 15-19, 2019)
-Grant Garmezy - Hot Sculpting (Aug. 12-16, 2019)
-Jen Blazina - Glass Print Making (Aug. 12-16, 2019)
 - Flameworking and Sculpting (Aug. 12-6, 2018)

To register for a master class in glass, visit toledomuseum.org/glass-master-classes
or call +1 (419) 254-5080.
 
The Toledo Museum of Art is a nonprofit arts institution funded through individual donations, foundation grants, corporate sponsorships and investments. The Ohio Arts Council helps fund programs at the Toledo Museum of Art through a sustainability grant program that encourages economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. Glass Pavilion® and Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion® are registered service marks.
 
Admission to the Museum is free. The Museum is open Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.; and is closed Monday and major holidays. Thursday evening hours are sponsored by Huntington Private Client Group. Friday evening hours are made possible by Fifth Third Bank.
 
The Museum is located at 2445 Monroe Street at Scottwood Avenue, just west of the downtown business district and one block off I-75 with exit designations posted. For general information, visitors can call +1419-255-8000 or +1 n800-644-6862, or visit toledomuseum.org.
 
Toledo Museum of Glass
Glass Pavilion
2444 Monroe St, Toledo, OH 43620, USA
+1 (0)419-255-8000
toledomuseum.org

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