Jewelry/Metals/Enameling - Enameling in the Round
May 30 - June 12, 2022
Application Deadline: April 30, 2022
Resident Faculty: Andrew Kuebeck
Visiting Artist: Nash Quinn
Participants will explore the possibilities of applying enamel onto a variety of three-dimensional metal objects. Through demonstrations, individual research and group critiques students will gain a better understanding of metal fabrication and construction processes that can then be successfully covered with powdered and liquid enamels. Once clad with enamel, these objects can then be transformed utilizing enamels' unique ability to layer color, texture, and imagery onto a fused glass surface.
FEES AND TUITION
Non-credit Tuition Option - $1,100
Undergraduate and Graduate Credit: Undergraduate (3 credits); Graduate (3-4 credits). Standard tuition rates apply. More info available on admissions page (link below).
About the Resident Faculty and Visiting Artists:
Nash Quinn (Visiting Artist)
Nash Quinn is a metalsmith who works with a variety of materials, techniques, and formats. Originally from Wyoming, he received his BFA from the University of Wyoming, and his MFA from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. He was a faculty member at Rowan University and Munson Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, and has worked, taught, and exhibited artwork at craft schools and jewelry academies nationwide. Nash is currently an artist-in-residence at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft in Houston, TX.
Andrew Kuebeck (Resident Faculty)
Andrew Kuebeck received his BFA from Bowling Green State University in 2008 and his MFA in Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing from Indiana University in 2011. He is an Assistant Professor and Area Head of the Jewelry/Metals/Enameling Department at Kent State University. Andrew works in a variety of formats ranging from functional jewelry to sculptural objects and vessels, and has lectured and has taught workshops nationally on the incorporation of photographic images into jewelry pieces and vessels. He has exhibited regionally & nationally and has had his work appear in numerous publications including 500 Enameled Objects, 21st Century Jewelry, Wrap, Stitch, Fold, and Rivet, and Metalsmith and Niche magazines. He was a 2012 SNAG Emerging Artist.