Instructor Biography

Korean-born artist Eunsuh Choi arrived in the U.S. having already completed a MA in glass from Kookmin University (S.Korea), but she earned a 2nd MFA degree in glass at Rochester Institute Technology. Her artworks are on permanent collection at the European Museum of Modern Glass, Cafesjian Foundation, RIT, Lotte Hotel Yangon, Korea Craft Museum, Kim Young English Institute, EU Glass, Pureun Cultural Foundation, Tozour Energy Systems, Byuck San Engineering Co.Ltd. Choi’s work has been featured in a number of magazines, including Sculpture, NEUES GLAS, The Flow, Democrat and Chronicle, NICHE, Public Art, GLASHAUS, Glass, American Craft, New Glass Review, and etc. She has given lectures at SUNY at Brockport, IFC, Temple University, Chungju University, Kookmin University, Wilson High School, UrbanGlass, ISGB, Hongik University, Nazareth College of Art, and Cornish College of the Arts.





Glass Dimensional Construction with Eunsuh Choi
When: , May 30 - Jun 3
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuition $900.00
Instructor: Eunsuh Choi

This class is focused on a specific technique called Networking, connecting rods of glass together in a tight, web-like configuration which eventually creates a hollow form with a defined silhouette.

You will learn how to build a solid foundation for construction technique by bending and welding rods together. You will use life-sized drawings or blue prints to make pieces in two- and/or three-dimensions. We will cover structural analysis, and design analysis to make sculptural pieces by working with small diameter solid rods in sculptural contexts.

Most of the time will be spent working on projects and developing designs. Design and engineering concepts will be used to build the frameworks for the pieces. This tedious networking technique can use any type of constructions from body ornaments to life size sculptures. Focusing on concept and technical skills, we will push ideas from the sketchbook onto the torch. 

4 of 10 seats available.