Associate in Fine Arts
The Glass Art program introduces a multitude of glassmaking processes for glass art students to discover the techniques that best serve their creative ideas. Students learn mold-making, glass casting, fusing and slumping, hot glassblowing, lampworking, and cold-construction techniques.
The program emphasizes the lineage of glass-art making, while at the same time, glass art students are asked to push the boundaries of the material as they see fit.
The program emphasizes other disciplinary studies through strong two-dimensional and three-dimensional design courses, art history, and portfolio and professional practice development. SCC Glass Art students develop a strong ability to think and speak critically about glass art through critical in-class discussions, and museum and gallery visits.
Students are encouraged to participate in exhibition opportunities and activities such as SCC‘s International Flameworking Conference and the SCC Glass Club.
- ART 104 Drawing
- ART 115 Two-Dimensional Design
- ART 116 Three-Dimensional Design
- ENG 101 English Composition I
- FNA 110 Creative Principles of Flameworking
- ART 130 Figure Drawing
- ENG 102 English Composition II
- FNA 120 Cold Glass Assemblage & Surface Treatment
- FNA 210 Sculptural Approaches to Flameworked Glass
- Social Science Elective
- ART 205 Basic Digital Photography
- ART 225 Portfolio and Professional Practices
- FNA 101 Art History I
- FNA 150 Glassblowing I
- FNA 221 Kiln Techniques
- FNA 102 Art History II
- FNA 222 Kiln Casting and Pâte de Verre
- FNA 250 Glassblowing II
- General Education Elective
- Math/Science Elective