Sun, Apr 5
12:30pm - 3:30pm
Meets 5 Times
29 classes have spots left
Continuing from Glassblowing 1A, the focus of this five week course is dexterity and proper usage of heat and tools, with an introduction to color and bit application such as handles. Prerequisite: Glassblowing 1A, Glassblowing 1A Condensed or equivalent
Sunday Apr 5th, 12:30pm - 3:30pm(5 sessions)
This class will compel you to explore intensively the refinement of basic shapes. The cylinder and bowl will be reviewed, and the shaping and application of handles will be introduced through the instruction and practice of pitchers. The roles of "gaffer" and "assistant" will be emphasized and experienced by everyone. You will gain understanding...
Saturday Apr 4th, 9am - 12pm(5 sessions)
Learn the basics of hot glass in this closely supervised, team-driven five week course, studying the effects of heating, cooling and gravity. Students will learn the basic techniques involved in making solid and blown glass. Students will be introduced to studio safety, hand tools, equipment and hot working. The class covers body posture, gathering,...
Saturday Apr 4th, 12:30pm - 3:30pm(5 sessions)
This course is designed to further one’s understanding, through practice; the skills, techniques, and forms executed in 2A. Students will expand their vocabulary further with optic molds and color and take time to address any individual problems or difficulties encountered in glassblowing technique or the execution of a piece. Students...
Sunday Apr 5th, 9am - 12pm(5 sessions)
Sunday Apr 5th, 9am - 12pm
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Students will build on their knowledge of mold making as they explore more intricate and complex forms to cast in glass. Emphasis will be placed on planning and intent as students create one or several pieces based on their ideas. Different molding materials, including plaster, silica and flexible mold materials such as latex. Molds of objects...
Sunday Apr 5th, 12:30pm - 4:30pm(4 sessions)
Take an in-depth crash course in glassblowing. Spend the morning learning fundamentals and practicing basic techniques. Break for lunch, then spend the afternoon using what you've learned to make more advanced pieces you can be proud of. Ages 12+ welcome.
Sunday Apr 19th, 9am - 4pm
This four-day course is a condensed version of Glassblowing 2A. The content is the same, but because you will meet on four consecutive nights it will help accelerate the learning process. You can continue to build upon the lessons of the previous day without needing to do a recap! If you're into quick learning, this is the class for you! Prerequisite: ...
Tuesday Apr 7th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm(4 sessions)
If you would like to further develop your skills in the flame shop, join us for flame working 102. With this class students will learn to sculpt solid borosilicate leaves, tentacles and figurines. Introduction to hollow techniques include pulling points, attaching blow tubes, coil potting color, hollow implosions, hollow jars and wrap...
Sunday Apr 5th, 10am - 2pm(4 sessions)
Accelerate your glassblowing skills with this condensed, four-day version of 2B! The content is the same, but because you will meet on four consecutive nights it will help accelerate the learning process. This course will further your understanding of how to properly execute a final piece. Students will work towards independence, gaining confidence...
Tuesday Apr 21st, 6:30pm - 9:30pm(4 sessions)
Coldworking helps make any form of glass shine. By cutting, grinding and polishing, glass pieces can be elevated to their fullest potential or salvaged if something went wrong somewhere else. Public Glass offers classes in the core skills as well as specialty classes in sandblasting, etching and more.
Sunday May 10th, 12:30pm - 4:30pm
Learn the art of kiln-formed glass by cutting, combining and molding cold glass in multiple forms to create functional or custom glass art objects. Projects in this class are designed to give students a well rounded understanding of flat glass techniques. Students in the class will learn about the tools, glass and kiln to work independently in the...
Sunday Apr 19th, 12:30pm - 3:30pm(4 sessions)
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In this introductory class, students will learn the basic techniques involved in making solid and blown glass. Students will be introduced to studio safety, hand tools, equipment and hot working. The class covers body posture, gathering, shaping and tool usage. At the end of six hours, each student will have had the opportunity to manipulate...
Saturday Apr 4th, 9am - 3pm
Learn the basics of hot glass in this closely supervised, team-driven course, studying the effects of heating, cooling and gravity and making paperweights and drinking glasses. This class meets on three consecutive weeknights, as a condensed version of our 5-week class.
Tuesday May 5th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm(3 sessions)
On day 1, get a handle on the basics. Learn to gather molten glass from the furnace, add an air bubble, and shape it into a finished product using various tools at the workbench. Create a clear drinking glass, small sculpture, and colorful paperweight. Learn more advanced skills on day 2 to make a larger, colorful drinking glass, a bowl, and a delicate...
Sunday May 3rd, 10am - 1pm