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Veronica Andrus-Blaskievics, Interwoven, 2015
Rose-Mary Faulkner, A bit of me, 2015
Hannah Gason, Folded I, 2015
Cassandra Layne, Bending I, 2015
Chloe Manning, Hedwig Chronology, 2015
Kelda Morris, Eucalypt Vases, 2015
Catherine Newton, Captured Emotions, 2015
Thomas Pearson, Fisherman, 2015
Clare Peters, Wisdom and Knowledge, 2015
Madisyn Zabel, Wireframe, 2015
Stephen Procter Fellowship 2017 applications now open, Stephen Procter, Opposite and equal, 1985. Photograph: S. Procter » read more

You can study this discipline in the following Bachelor degrees:

Visual Arts »

Design Arts »

The Glass Workshop provides courses and facilities comparable with the best glass teaching institutions world wide. Courses aim to prepare students for a career in the visual arts and are offered at both undergraduate, honours and postgraduate levels. With the expertise of its academic staff, advanced technical facilities, and location close to Australia’s national collecting institutions, as part of the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, the School of Art Glass Workshop provides an excellent environment for study and research.

Stephen Procter, Singular Journey, 1996, Collection of the artist, photo: R. Little

View Within and the Emotional Stages of Grief (detail)

Carnal Garden

Interwoven

A bit of me

Folded I

Bending I

Hedwig Chronology

Eucalypt Vases

Captured Emotions

Fisherman

Wisdom and Knowledge

Wireframe

Cube [red/grey/yellow] (detail)

A Thought Partially Rendered

In one accord

Linear Flux 3 (detail)

Map

Glass map

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