The course is a 5 week, intensive, online class, and it basically the same course that Matt Katz teaches to Graduate and Undergraduate students at Alfred.
It is available to everyone, and is offered for transferable credits for undergraduate students.
The course will be offered and twice this summer May-16th-June 24th and June 27th-August 5th.
The class is presented as a series of videos, that are posted Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. You can watch them at your leisure. The only restriction is that once a week we have a live discussion on the three previous video, so If you are behind, you may miss out on part of the discussion. After the class is done, you should have access to the videos for another 4-6 weeks to go back and re-explore. Additionally, we will have readings and optional labs.
As far as the nitty gritty you can find all that here
The cost is $1320, to sign up, you can contact the registrar’s office firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-871-2123
Additionally, this summer we will be offering our classes:
Topics: Introduction to Glazes Online.
This is our introductory class, teaching the science of glazes, translated into English for the artist’s community. It is the much beloved, gold standard course for understanding glazes for makers of all levels of experience.
This class is going to be offered twice this summer, from May-16th-June 24th and again from June 27th-August 5th.
Find out more here art.alfred.edu/academics/
Topics: Introduction to Clays Online.
This is the sister course to Glazes, where in, we dive into what makes clays work and not work. Studying how to make the most of your studio, clays and firings.
This class is also going to be offered twice this summer, from May-16th-June 24th and again from June 27th-August 5th.
**Brand new course** Topics: Glaze Effects and Color (aka Glazes II)
This is our advanced glaze course, where we dive deep into the science of what makes glazes cool. Exploring the subtleties, tips and tricks of glaze chemistry.
This class is also going to be offered once this summer, from June 27th-August 5th.
The cost of each full course is $1320 which is structured to offer 4 academic credits.
Instructor: Matt Katz is the creator and instructor for Introduction to Glaze Formulation Online. Matt has taught ceramic material courses at The School of Art and Design at Alfred University for over 12 years. He received a BFA from The School of Art and Design and a MFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Matt's extensive study at the Inamori School of Engineering and engagement as a studio artist have enabled him to design a new version of glaze formulation that combines the intuition of the artist with the science of the ceramic engineer. Katz strives to make a complex subject understandable for individuals of all backgrounds and experience levels.