Master of fine arts degree: https://www.rit.edu/programs/glass-mfa
Bachelor of fine arts degree: https://www.rit.edu/programs/glass-bfa
If you interested in to learn how to control fire and time to make work of art, you will enjoy the glass courses in RIT.
The MFA major in Glass is a two-year program of study, which strives to help you develop your personal creative voice through intensive research, discussion, critique, and experimentation. As a graduate student, you are provided full access to a complete glass facility and individual studio space to strengthen your technique and to practice designing pieces that flourish your personal expression of the medium. Graduate studio courses, seminar courses and in-depth critiques are provided, in conjunction with thesis planning and implementation, to provide you with a deep understanding of this personal craft. You will be exposed to a broad range of critical issues related to the conception and production of art, to inspire and provoke critical reflection and facilitate the development of your thesis exhibition and supporting documentation. As a graduate of this masters level major you can expect to move on to be a successful artist in this fine art field.
Before we design our glass work, we can sketch the idea and split the one sketch into detailed steps so that your partner will clearly understand what you want to make.
The professor shows students examples based on the teaching plan.
Then, the professor will give guidance according to the design scheme of different students.
In the process of teaching, our professor will always pay attention to the difficulties encountered by students in operation and help them in time.
Of course, If you are not in design major, you can choose this course as an elective course. Enjoy!