Gallery artists Kirstie Rea and Jessica Loughlin will teach international Master Classes this summer at North Lands Creative Glass, a center for glass studies located in the Scottish Highlands.
Loughlin, a fast-rising young talent whose work has most recently been purchased by the Corning Museum, will lead a workshop at the center from August 11-19 with Bullseye’s head of Research and Education Ted Sawyer. (Loughlin will take over instructing the class from the internationally renowned Klaus Moje whose injuries from a near-fatal car accident this spring have made it impossible for him to lead the course.)
From August 28 to September 5, 2003 Kirstie Rea will teach a Master Class entitled: “Interpretations and Explorations – Looking at Landscape and Place” that will reflect Rea’s long-established treatment of her native (Australian) landscape as well as introduce this year’s conference topic of “Landscape & Nature.”
Steve Klein will work as Teaching Assistant to Rea and will also lead a workshop in kiln glass for local elementary school art instructors.
Gallery artist Jane Bruce has recently been named to the Creative and Technical Directorship of the program that was begun almost 10 years ago and is developing into a major European center for the exploration of glass and its interrelationship with painting, sculpture, architecture and design.
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