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Introduction to Glass Art: Glass Fusing

Introduction to Glass Art: Glass Fusing

Monday, October 11 - November 15
6 - 9 pm

Create jewelry, suncatchers, coasters, ornaments, and more in this hands-on introductory glass art course. Students will explore the amazing world of kiln-formed glass art by utilizing clear and colored flat glass and recycled art glass, along with various tools and techniques. Learn more about the process of designing, cutting, melting, and kiln-forming the glass…then annealing your finished pieces. Projects will include, coasters, sun catchers, jewelry, mosaics, bottle/recycled glass art, and seasonal/holiday projects. Additionally, students will learn about the science, history, technology, and culture of this unique medium. All supplies are provided.

Students will focus on:

Safety and material practices are covered and emphasized throughout this course.

Techniques for handling glass, using tools, and operating equipment.

Participants will learn how to create fused glass forms while exploring various techniques, applications, and styles.

Students will have open studio time to create their own work after learning the basics.

Monday, October 11 – November 15
6 – 9 pm

Instructor: Robb Dunmore

Ages: Adult (15+) | All Levels

October 11, 2021 6 – 9 pm