Intro to Fusing Advanced Class

 

In this advanced class, students will learn to fuse layers of glass together in a kiln. Unlike our other classes, there is no set curriculum and students are encouraged to bring their own creativity. Previous students have created flowers, bowls, trays, jewelry, and sports emblems, among many other things. Basic knowledge of glass cutting is strongly encouraged, although not required.

 

Classes are held on Saturdays and will meet 4 consecutive Saturdays for the duration of a month. Class times are 10:30am-1pm (bring your lunch!). The first week is largely informational and topics discussed include, fusing elements (fusing glass, stringers, frit, molds, etc.) and basic knowledge of kiln firing temperatures and schedules. Weeks 2-4, students will apply their knowledge and create their pieces. This class is only offered occasionally, so be sure to inquire with us about future dates.  Limit 4 people per class.  

 

Class fee is $150.00 per student, which includes 2 kiln firings. Students are not required to purchase any tools or equipment. We provide all materials for the completion of your first project and all required tools and equipment while students are in class.

 

A deposit 0f $20.00 is required to hold a reservation as class size will be limited to 4 students. Deposits are refundable until one week prior to class date.

We cannot hold a reservation without a deposit.

 

All students who attend any class or workshops can enjoy the benefit of a 10% discount on all future purchases, with the exception of our advanced classes.

 

Stay tuned for information on other advanced classes such as: boxes, panel lamps, mosaics, leaded panels and much more.

 

Also available to students is the "Open Studio". Available on a limited basis, for a nominal charge. This is an opportunity to utilize not only our studio and tools, but may also afford a little help for the advancing student. Reservations are required due to seating availability. See us for further details.

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