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GLASS-300

Students in the first semester of Glass 3 will be expected to explore and expand on the development of skills and techniques acquired in Glass 2. Glass 3 is a concept-oriented, three-consecutive-semester program. The instructional emphasis at this level is on a continual analysis and critical approach to works in progress and concluded projects. By the second semester of Glass 3, students should be able to demonstrate a high degree of independence and commitment and be technically proficient. In this course, students are required to develop a substantial body of work, calling upon their unique accumulation of knowledge and experience to create projects that are expressive, original and of the highest quality. This is a student-orchestrated program. In conjunction with the professor, students follow on independent work study of their own design. It is recommended that they develop a critical discourse with students and faculty from other disciplines. The course includes critiques, group dialogue, readings, slide lectures, field trips and visiting artists. Additional materials fee will be charged.