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ART 233 A: Introduction to 3D4M: Glass

Meeting Time: 
MW 11:30am - 2:20pm
Location: 
ART 124
SLN: 
10459
Instructor:
Michael Swaine
Michael Swaine

Syllabus Description:

Intro to  Glass: ART 233 A: Winter 2024

Professor: Michael Swaine
Office Hours: By appointment only
e-mail: swaine@uw.edu

Technician:

Sean O'Neill

Technician:

Tzyy Yi "Amy" Young

tzyyy@uw.edu 

open studio monitor HOURS 

monday - 5:30 - 8:00 pm 

thursday 10 am - 2 pm 

 

MONITOR:: 

Astrid

https://art.washington.edu/general-policies

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...losing our marbles,

through the looking glass...

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matter(s) of concern turn ... into matter(s) of action

This glass class will push how far a often translucent material (almost invisible) can stretch into space and time. We will look at glass, from its origins of  sand,  to  volcanic glass to glass used in your cell phones , all with the lens of action and interaction. How can objects that we make become a tool for conversation? Can Glass debate with  chat GP3?

"the aim of art is to uncover the questions that have been occluded by the answers" - James Baldwin

"The public realm, as the common world, gathers us to gather and yet prevents our falling over each other, so to speak. What makes mass society so difficult to bear is not the number of people involved, or at least primarily, but the fact that the world between them has lost its power to gather them together, to relate and separate them. The weirdness of this situation resembles a spiritualistic seance where a number of people gather around a table might suddenly, through some magic trick, see the table vanish from the midst, so that two persons sitting opposite from midst, so that two persons sitting opposite each other were no longer separated but also would be entirely unrelated to each other by anything tangible."  (p.48-The Human Condition-Hannah Arendt)

https://alum.mit.edu/slice/seeing-glass-another-light.  

Please watch these videos during the first few weeks -enjoy 

 

 

 

more to see:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BFz9mrcDCjh/

http://www.annhamiltonstudio.com/videosound/aleph_video.html

http://www.williamforsythe.de/installations.html

https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2014/feb/19/ai-weiwei-vase-miami...

 

The academy is not paradise. But learning is a place where paradise can be created. The classroom with all its limitations remains a location of possibility. In that field of possibility we have the opportunity to labour for freedom, to demand of ourselves and our comrades, an openness of mind and heart that allows us to face reality even as we collectively imagine ways to move beyond boundaries, to transgress. This is education as the practice of freedom. (bell hooks 1994: 207)

If you as a  students have any  problem with this class or another class and don't feel comfortable discussing this with advising or myself  there is a site with resources : 

http://art.washington.edu/advising/policies/general/ (Links to an external site.)

 

2022-23 Policies

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    • been in attendance and done satisfactory work through the eighth week of the quarter
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  • Instructors and students must receive administrative approval at least two weeks in advance to install work in the Art Building.
  • Read these policies and complete the included application form.
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  • ART Building hours are Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 6:20 PM.
  • Students enrolled in studio classes and accepted SoA+AH+D undergraduate majors and graduate students can have their Husky Cards programmed to access the Art Building after-hours.
  • After-hours access is permitted only through the loading dock door facing Chelan Lane, near the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Tapping your pre-programmed Husky Card at the terminal grants entry.
  • Students may request after-hours access to the Art Building for course-related work by filling out this form. Students will need to use their UW G Suite account to access the application form. Please allow two business days after completing the form for access to  be assigned.
  • Accepted majors and graduate students only need to apply for access once a year for Autumn-Winter-Spring access. Non-majors enrolled in studio classes will only be allowed quarter access and once the quarter is over, their access will expire. The School will reset access for every major at the beginning of summer quarter.
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Catalog Description: 
This introductory studio course investigates the material glass and its applications in the fine arts. Examines historical, technical, and contemporary practices. Prepares students for further exploration with the material at the intermediate and advanced levels.
GE Requirements: 
Arts and Humanities (A&H)
Credits: 
5.0
Status: 
Active
Last updated: 
October 19, 2023 - 10:24pm

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