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Kiln Casting: Level 1 | Apr 18- May 9

Class Level: Beginner, Prerequisite: None

  • Ended
  • 750 US dollars
  • Public Glass

Service Description

Kiln Casting teaches students to manipulate solid glass into almost any shape. Students will start with wax, clay and plaster models, and focus on learning core skills of plaster-silica mold making and lost wax casting. Students will be introduced to cold working as well as kiln firing schedules and will gain a basic understanding how glass changes during the firing process. Please bring your Respirator, wear closed-toed shoes and clothes that can get dirty. A water bottle is recommended.


Cancellation Policy

For help with your booking please contact info@publicglass.org Cancellation Policy: No credit or refund can be issued if a cancellation occurs 9 days or less before your class date. This helps us guarantee stable wages for our hard-working artist instructors. If a cancellation occurs 10 days or more before the start of class, please submit a written request to operations@publicglass.org as soon as you know of a possible conflict. Your account will be credited with the cost of the class. You can apply this credit to a future class, our online shop, or event. Please email operations@publicglass.org to use the credit on your account. Excessive rescheduling will result in an administrative fee. ​ Online class registration closes 2 days before the first session. For late registration, questions or guidance on our programs, please email us at: info@publicglass.org. As a small nonprofit, our goal is to keep access to the studios affordable and to employ the independent artists who have committed to teach you. Monetary refunds are issued at the discretion of management. In the rare case that we are able to issue a refund, our processing platforms will keep a minimum of 10% non-refundable fees. Keeping the credit on your account is highly encouraged. It ensures that you get to keep 100% of your credit while supporting our artists and community. Thank you for your support and understanding.


Contact Details

  • 1750 Armstrong Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124

    415-671-4916

    Operations@publicglass.org


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