Getting involved in the glass community

Here are some of my favourite routes into the culture that I recommend if you're looking to immerse yourself in the world of glass.

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How to appraise student artwork

Here a few things to bear in mind when offering advice and opinion on a student’s work, both before and after it goes in the kiln.

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In conversation with Rebecca Rowland-Chandler

I’m happy to present my first interview. This is the first of what will hopefully be many conversations with glass artists, offering windows into the artistic and technical process of others.

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Mindfulness for glass teachers

It can be useful to allow yourself a moment to reflect on your teaching and your courses to make sure you prevent against creative burnout whilst still giving your students 100%.

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Developing a concept

Here are some things I’ve learnt as I’ve made progress that I hope will be useful to others looking to set themselves a similar challenge.

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Who are your students?

And are you offering them the right course? It's important to recognise that people seek out creative courses for lots of different reasons. Identifying the people who sign up for your courses and tailoring your content and format accordingly means you can maximise your student retention rate.

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Creating a meaningful relationship with your students

Ten easy steps you can take to ensure that your students are able to connect with you and get the most out of your course.

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