Cassondra Argeros

Cassondra Argeros is a glass sculpture artist. She received her Master of Fine Arts from Temple University in Philadelphia.  In 2003 she completed postgraduate study in Scientific Glass from Salem Community College in Carney’s Point, NJ.  She has led workshops at the Burchfield Penney Art Center and is a co-founder of the Buffalo Urban Canvas Project.

Art Forms: Glass Sculpture, Visual Art

PROGRAMS

The Science, Art, & Math of Glass

Explore the beauty of colored glass. In this workshop student artists will learn how to cut, layer and melt glass in a kiln. Artists will play with composition and exercise their knowledge of primary and secondary colors while creating a one of a kind glass sun-catcher.
  • Students will learn the qualities of glass and it’s many applications in our environment.
  • Students will learn that glass can be manipulated by using math and science to design programs for the annealing process.
  • With instruction and direction, the students will achieve a greater understanding of glass and will craft a one of a kind art glass piece.

Grade Level: K-12
Audience Limit: 30
Workshop cost (90 minutes to less): $196.00

Wheatpaste Tiles

Join the growing group of artist that beautify Buffalo with public art. In this class student artist will use common household and recycled materials to create their own outdoor wheatpaste tile. They will exercise their techniques in painting and collage while mastering the process of wheatpaste.
  • Students will learn the qualities wheatpaste and how it can be manipulated.
  • With instruction and direction, the students will use their creativity to craft a one of a kind tile piece.

Grade Level: K-12
Audience Limit: 30
Workshop cost (90 minutes to less): $196.00

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