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Welcome to our Cleveland Institute of Art Glass program overview page. Please take a moment to learn more about our Cleveland campus Glass program. Learn about: admissions requirements; curriculum; faculty; full-time, part-time, online learning options that might be available; finance options including scholarships for those who qualify; as well as jobs in your field of study, and their entry level salaries.

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Cleveland Institute of Art: Fine Arts Area of Study


Glass has enjoyed an exciting, though relatively recent, history as a field of art and craft. Prior to the early 1960s, designers worked separate from the teams of craftsmen who would actually produce glass objects in factories. The 1960s saw development of the studio glass movement, in which artists and craftsmen bridged the gap from making one of a kind sculpture to creating handmade functional glass objects, melding personal expression with the business of being a viable working artist. In less than 45 years, there has been exponential growth in private artist/owner-operated studios, community-access studios and programs in universities?from virtually none to more than several thousand across the world.

As instructors, we have devoted our study and practice to the field and are well aware of the Institute's enameling tradition. Not only are we committed to our students and state of the art facility, but many of us are also recognized nationally and internationally as leading contributors to the medium.

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