Master Glazes: Failsafe methods and recipes for low-fire to mid-range figurative ceramics and sculpture

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After years of working on this project alongside my sculpture practice, I am incredibly happy to share with you the release of MASTER GLAZES.

This course holds my philosophy of surface development activated through in-depth demonstrations that go far beyond a glaze recipe. I have curated the ultimate selection of both commercial and mixed glaze combinations to optimize your process and bring your figurative ceramics and ceramic sculpture to the next level.

It will save you time and strengthen your sculptural practice.

Course Curriculum


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What students are saying:

I just finished watching the master glazing class and I wanted to say thank you so much for sharing all of these wonderful techniques and recipes. I can´t wait to start exploring. Your class is fabulous and you are my favorite artist.

Hope you are doing good and staying healthy.

All the Best,

-Heida

I just finished reading through your glaze course. Thank you for offering such a well organized and informative course! It answered so many questions I've had about glazing application and combinations, and it was easy to fit into my schedule broken into short segments.

You are such a marvelous teacher!

-Katharine


I am truly proud of this content and know it will be transformative for you.

Join over 95 students already expanding their studio practice through this course!

USE COUPON CODE: GLAZE AT CHECKOUT FOR A 20% DISCOUNT THROUGH THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER.

As always, I am available to answer questions and offer support through [email protected]

Be well!

Cristina

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
Who is this course for?
This course is for the ceramic sculptor or vessel maker, of any level, who wants to expand their glazing repertoire and achieve extraordinary results in their non-functional surfaces at low-fire and mid-range temperatures.
What sets this course appart?
It will save you time and strengthen your work practice. There is nothing like it! This course holds my insights into glazing from more than 20 years of experience. It includes tried and true combinations of both mixed and commercial glazes, that will offer a direct route to exceptional fired surface that will bring your sculptural practice to the next level. To get to this curated selection I have tested hundreds of glazes and glaze combinations to uncover the application strategies that offer the strongest results. The information is captured in a multi-faceted way that includes video demonstrations, recipes, materials and equipment lists, tile narratives and much more.

Your Instructor


Cristina Córdova
Cristina Córdova

Cristina Córdova earned a Master of Fine Arts in Ceramics from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, the nation’s #1 program for ceramic studies. She completed a three year artists residency program at Penland School of Craft, a premier center for the study of contemporary craft, where she later served on the board of trustees from 2006 to 2010.

Cristina was the recipient of USA Artist Fellowship, a $50,000 grant awarded through nomination to leaders in the field of craft.
She also received an American Crafts Council Emerging Artist Grant, a North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship, a Virginia Groot Foundation Recognition Grant and several International Association of Art Critics Awards.

Cristina has taught and demonstrated at the Office for the Arts at Harvard, the University of California at Long Beach, the University of Nebraska, the University of Georgia at Athens, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, Ceramistas de Reñaca in Chile, the Australian National University in Canberra, Gaya Ceramics in Bali, Penland School of Crafts (NC), Haystack Mountain School (ME), Santa Fe Clay (NM), Mudfire (GA) ,Odyssey Center for Ceramics (NC) and Anderson Ranch (CO), among other institutions. Her work is part of the permanent collections of the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Washington, D.C.), the Fuller Craft Museum (MA), the Everson Museum (NY), the Mint Museum of Craft and Design (NC), the Museum of Contemporary Art of Puerto Rico (PR), the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico (PR), and the Joseph-Schein Museum (NY).

Chosen to be a Mainstage presenter during the annual NCECA conference, the largest gathering around the education and promotion of contemporary ceramics in the United States, Cristina was also featured on the cover of Ceramics Monthly. In addition, she was selected by the Canadian company Format as the subject for a mini-documentary: https://www.format.com/magazine/video/cristina-cordova In 2020, Cristina was highlighted in the Identity episode of PBS's Craft in America : https://www.pbs.org/video/identity-episode-y7dnxh/

She currently lives and works in Penland, NC.

WEBSITE : cristinacordova.com

IG: @cristinacordovastudio




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