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This part-time course is for serious students of stained or fused glass who wish to develop their professional practice. Create your first project by choosing an additional option (jewellery or visual language).
- Follow guideline instructions
- Research ideas/techniques
- Develop designs using a sketchbook
- Create, plan and follow a timeline
- Experiment creating relevant samples
- Keep a detailed log of test outcomes
- Design and make glass craft project(s)
- Reflect and give feedback on your achievements
Fee includes a sketchbook and the finest materials for test samples and a
panel up to A3 size. For larger work you will need to buy some additional
materials from a supplier or the tutor.
If you are in receipt of benefits, a waiver may apply.
How will I know how I am doing?
The tutor will give demonstrations and one-to-one support. The tutor will help you and check your work to make sure you are progressing well.
AIM Awards – Skills for Working in the Creative and Design Industries – 603/1726/7
T/616/3368 Creative Craft Skills
L/616/3683 Visual Language
T/616/3662 Design Project
R/616/3359 Craft Skills
J/616/3486 Jewellery Making
A/617/0421 Craft Workshop Practice
What do I need to join?
It is beneficial to have previously achieved the Level 1 AIM Award and the Level 2 AIM Award in Stained Glass, or equivalent study in stained glass, before enrolling on this course. Contact the tutor at [email protected] to discuss your suitability for this course.
What can I do next?
You can join a daytime Stained Glass class:
All Levels, Thursday evenings, 6:30 pm–9:00 pm, off-site at the Hub Academy, Hope Mill Lane, Brimscombe.
It is possible to continue to study the Advanced/Intermediate class by enrolling termly, on Friday mornings at 9:00 am–12:00 pm in the College. This runs alongside the accredited AIM L1 Certificate.
There is also the Fusing Easter Workshop, across 4 days, if you want a really good grounding in the fused glass technique, and the Stained Glass Summer School, across 5 days in July, where you can work on individual projects.