Glassblowing

 

Glassblowing is all about manipulating very hot, molten glass – it's stored in the furnace at about 2,100°F and kept between 1600° and 1900°F while working. Though glassblowing can be a challenging and demanding process, the creative possibilities of form and color are endless and highly rewarding. Public Glass offers classes in the core skills of glassblowing, as well as specialty classes in sculpting, interdisciplinary techniques, advanced shaping focuses and more. Ages 14+. All glass objects must be cooled for a period of at least 12 hours after creation and will be available for pickup as soon as the following day. Please note that we have a 7 Day Cancellation Policy for all of our classes and workshops 

 
 

Continuing Education

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1A- 5 Week Class

3 hr- 5 Wk Class 

Sat, Sun

1B- 5 Week Class

3 hr- 5 Wk Class

Sat, Sun

1AC- 3 Day Class

3 hr, 3 Consecutive Day Class

T,W,T

1BC- 3 Day Class

3 hr, 3 Consecutive Day Class 

T,W,T

2A- 5 Week Class

3 hr- 5 Wk Class

Sat, Sun

2AC- 4 Day Class

3 hr, 4 Consecutive Day Class

T, W, T, F

2B- 5 Week Class

3 hr- 5 Wk Class

Sat, Sun

No Dates
2BC- 4 Day Class

3 hr, 4 Consecutive Day Class

T, W, T, F

 

Seasonal

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Teen 

Hot Stuff: Glass Studio Arts for Teens

Week Long, Full Day Camp 

Mon - Fri  9am - 4pm


 

In this creative camp teens will learn the basics of fusing and slumping, glassblowing, casting and flameworking from professional artists throughout the week, spending a couple of hours in each studio every day.  Students will leave with a handful of artworks and a basic understanding of the unique collaborative art that is glass.  Projects will include blown drinking glasses, fused pendants and frames, flameworked marbles and sculptures, a relief casting and more!

 

 

Class Type: Glass Making- Multi Studio
Class Level: Teen Camp
Prerequisite: None
Cost: Email info@publicglass.org for pricing options