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Operator: 410-543-6000

Durow, Steven

Faculty, Art Department
Fulton Hall (FH) 129
410-543-6170 or ext 36170
sldurowsalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • ART 271-001 GLASS I
    Introduction to basic glass-working techniques with a focus on glass blowing, glass solid sculpting and various cutting and finishing processes. Includes introduction to glass studio operations, including health and safety issues. Students must furnish safety apparel and any extra materials not covered by the lab fee. Major Prerequisites: ART 121, 130. Non-Major Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Six hours per week.
  • ART 271-002 GLASS I
    Introduction to basic glass-working techniques with a focus on glass blowing, glass solid sculpting and various cutting and finishing processes. Includes introduction to glass studio operations, including health and safety issues. Students must furnish safety apparel and any extra materials not covered by the lab fee. Major Prerequisites: ART 121, 130. Non-Major Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Six hours per week.
  • ART 371-001 GLASS II
    Refinement of introductory glass-working techniques and processes, plus demonstrations of more advanced hot-glass processes, cold methods and color techniques. Focuses on studio maintenance and construction of equipment. Students must furnish safety apparel and any materials not covered by the lab fee. Prerequisite: ART 271. Six hours laboratory per week.
  • ART 471-151 ADVANCED GLASS
    Advanced studio practice in glass is a class for serious students. Continued training with tools and development of expertise in glass and glass equipment. Students work toward developing their own research projects and are expected to take on more responsibility for the running of the glass lab. Students must furnish safety apparel and any materials not covered by the lab fee. May be taken three times for a maximum of 12 credits. Prerequisites: ART 371, permission of instructor. Six hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • ART 271-001 GLASS I
    Introduction to basic glass-working techniques with a focus on glass blowing, glass solid sculpting and various cutting and finishing processes. Includes introduction to glass studio operations, including health and safety issues. Students must furnish safety apparel and any extra materials not covered by the lab fee. Major Prerequisites: ART 121, 130. Non-Major Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Six hours per week.
  • ART 271-002 GLASS I
    Introduction to basic glass-working techniques with a focus on glass blowing, glass solid sculpting and various cutting and finishing processes. Includes introduction to glass studio operations, including health and safety issues. Students must furnish safety apparel and any extra materials not covered by the lab fee. Major Prerequisites: ART 121, 130. Non-Major Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Six hours per week.
  • ART 371-001 GLASS II
    Refinement of introductory glass-working techniques and processes, plus demonstrations of more advanced hot-glass processes, cold methods and color techniques. Focuses on studio maintenance and construction of equipment. Students must furnish safety apparel and any materials not covered by the lab fee. Prerequisite: ART 271. Six hours laboratory per week.
  • ART 471-001 ADVANCED GLASS
    Advanced studio practice in glass is a class for serious students. Continued training with tools and development of expertise in glass and glass equipment. Students work toward developing their own research projects and are expected to take on more responsibility for the running of the glass lab. Students must furnish safety apparel and any materials not covered by the lab fee. May be taken three times for a maximum of 12 credits. Prerequisites: ART 371, permission of instructor. Six hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Creative Works

Durow, S. (2013). "Object Relations" solo exhibition Exclusive Jewels Fine Arts., Boston, MA.

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