Glass Casting and Digital Production | CEID 100
Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Continuing Studies, has partnered with Terminal City Glass Co-op on a new course that combines digital methods and traditional craft processes.
Glass Casting + Digital Production (CEID 100) introduces new ways of making to both professional artists and enthusiasts. Using 3D modelling for ideation and form generation, students will use analog mould-making and hot glass casting to produce their designs. The primary project will be a 3D printed form based on the discoveries of the initial project, translated into cast glass.
This course will provide a solid foundation in traditional skills and techniques as well as 3D modelling and 3D printing. Suitable for all skill levels, this course will especially benefit those who work in related disciplines, including architecture, ceramics, product design and sculpture. Students can continue their learning through a range of courses at both ECUAD and Terminal City Glass Co-op.
September 10 (ECUAD) | Project Introduction (Form + Texture) + Rhino 3D Intro
September 17 + 18 (Terminal City) | Casting Demo + Hot Casting + Analog Mould Making
September 24 (ECUAD) | Rhino 3D Class 2
October 1 (ECUAD) | Rhino 3D Class 3
October 15 (ECUAD) | Rhino 3D Class 4 + Digital Output
October 22 + 23 (Terminal City) | Hot Casting
November 5 (Terminal City) | Cold Work + Closing Critique
Emily Carr University of Art + Design (1399 Johnston St.)
Terminal City Glass Co-op (1191 Parker St.)
How to Register
You can register for CEID 100 Glass Casting + Digital Production through InsideEC, our online registration system, or by downloading our course registration form and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tuition is $1495 (including GST).
Please note: Space is very limited. Register by September 5, 2016.