Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, FriRemaining Seats: 9
Tuition: $ 900.00Scholarship Information
- 2,560 sq. ft.
- Two 1,000 lb. Wet Dog invested pot furnaces
- Full range of hand tools, pipes and punties
- One 18" glory hole with pneumatic doors
- One 18" glory hole with barn doors
- Two mobile gas-powered garages
- And more...
About the Instructor(s)
Nate Cotterman is a glass designer-maker currently based out of Los Angeles, CA. Upon receiving his BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2007, he was awarded the highly prized Hellen Green Perry Traveling Scholarship. Launching Nate Cotterman Glass in 2008, Nate created a product line of Venetian Style glassware, home décor and lighting. He has taught workshops at institutions across the U.S. and has been a visiting artist at a variety of universities, including University of Montana, University of Southern California, Santa Monica University and Cleveland Institute of Art. Nate currently works as a gaffer for Joe Cariati Glass and maintains his studio out of 141 Penn Studio in El Segundo, CA.
After receiving a BFA in Glass from the Cleveland Institute of Art, Adam Holtzinger moved to Brooklyn, NY to pursue a career in glass blowing. Since 2003, Adam has taught, lectured and demonstrated glass blowing nationally and internationally at Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, Urban Glass, Brooklyn Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Corning Museum of Glass & GlassLab, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, NOCA, 141 Penn Studios, Ohio State University, The Cleveland Institute of Art, Osaka Art University in Osaka Japan and Tama Glass School in Tokyo Japan.
Adam served as head Gaffer for Niche Modern Design from 2003 through August 2014.
Adam currently lives in Brooklyn, NY where he makes custom work for artists, architects and designers.
In late 2015, Adam launched KEEP, a lighting company with partner Susan Spiranovich.