CLASSES: GLASS


Advance your knowledge, skills and technique through this advanced class of technical information for fused glass. This class covers a review of firing schedules, comprehensive diagnosis and problem solving, kiln carving, strip construction and scraffito (working with glass powders and frit.) Through instructor guidance, students will use one or more of these techniques to complete your own functional art.

Skills acquired in this class include:

  • Understanding of firing schedules.
  • Kiln carving techniques.
  • Advanced glass powder techniques such as scraffito.

This is a 6 week class.

Pricing

Member Cost | $225
Non-Member Cost | $255
Dept. Fee | $95

$350.00
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Stained glass is an ancient art form that can represent it's traditional beginnings or very contemporary ideas. You will learn and develop the skills necessary to turn beautifully colored glass into stained glass windows. Structural and installation issues will be addressed. The copper foil method will be used. All levels are welcome.

Skills acquired in this class include:

  • Ability to cut glass to a pattern.
  • Knowledge of copper foiling glass.
  • Understanding of soldering stained glass.

This is a 6 week class.

Pricing
Member Cost | $225
Non-Member Cost | $255
Dept. Fee | $65

$320.00
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Delve into the fundamental concepts of kiln formed glass. You will make five or six projects that will exemplify the fusing concepts. Topics will include cutting and fitting glass for a project, how temperature affects the glass, kiln safety and problem solving. You will leave this class with a few nice pieces of art glass and an understanding of the technical aspects of this fascinating art form.

Skills acquired in this class include:

  • Basic understanding of glass cutting.
  • Proficiency in using glass powders, glass chips (frit), and sheet glass.
  • Awareness of various effects of heat and its relationship to glass.

This is a 4 week class

Pricing
Member Cost | $150
Non-Member Cost | $180
Dept. Fee | $65

$245.00
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