Watch the session recording below to join Rick Lostutter, Associate Professor of Art, as he demonstrates the department's process of raku and stained glass.  Also, you'll be able to see the newest addition to the art department, the kiln!

What is Raku?  Glass combing, or raking, is a fused glass technique where the glass is heated to a temperature high enough to allow the glass to be manipulated in the kiln. The glass is typically brought to between 1600 and 1700 degrees Fahrenheit and then a stainless steel tool (or rake) is used to swirl the glass.


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