UrbanGlass' studios and offices are closed Monday, February 18, 2019.
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Subculture Design: Principles and Process

July 23rd - August 3rd
Micah Evans |

Borosilicate glass design is an area of huge growth and exciting technical developments. Artists are looking towards progressive and innovative design solutions for both functional and non-functional objects. Over the last 10 years, a new generation has quietly taken on a high level of interest in this design field, bringing a necessity and focus to the material and objects. In this class, you will be presented with a series of problem solving exercises that will lead to well designed borosilicate objects. As a group we will discuss the pieces, their aesthetics, how they are used, and place them in our current culture. As designers, we are responsible for recognizing the full scope and complexity of these objects, and their place in our world and homes. Through research, discussions and exercises we will approach design structure, and work towards completed pieces.  

Micah Evans
2 week Intensive | 10 sessions: July 23 - August 3* 
Weekdays, 6:00 - 10:00pm

*There is no class on July 28 - 29

This class has access to Student Hours for the semester, dedicated hours open to student use. Glass processes take practice, so utilize this free time in our studios to learn! For details call (718) 625-3685.

Class Schedule
  • Two Week Intensive | 10 Sessions: July 23 — August 3
    Monday, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
UrbanGlass Studio
647 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Micah Evans

Micah Evans is a glass artist and designer living and working in Austin Texas. Glass has been an obsession for Micah since the late 90’s, he’s been known to refer to it as a disorder more than a craft or art form. His work is a balance of contemporary craft, and sculpture. Micah travels, teaches and lectures at schools and universities around the world about flameworking, design and glass subculture in the United States.

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