Category Archive: Glass Workshops

Glass workshops

Stained Glass: Window to Your Soul

Wednesdays, February 7–21, 6:30–9:30pm  (3 sessions at artEAST Annex)

Instructor: John Casey

Designs of stained glass date back to 7th century. They have been used to depict historical moments in time and create luminous works of art through the colorful light they cast. One of the beautiful things about stained glass pieces is that they are not …

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Beginning Glass Fusing

12pm-4pm Saturday, January 13, 2018 at artEAST Annex

Instructor: John Casey

From this initial 4 hour class, students of all ages will be able to understand the basic physical and chemical characteristics of glass and how these properties effect and dictate the physics behind the melting and molding of glass.  Students will also be …

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Glass: Making the Mold

Mold Making and Advanced Fusing Techniques Wednesdays, March 7–21, 6:30–9:30pm  (3 sessions at artEAST Annex)

Instructor: John Casey

A powerful tool in any glass artist’s arsenal is the ability to create custom molds for kiln firing. Join instructor John Casey and he’ll walk you through the process of designing and creating a mold of your very …

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Holiday Flameworking Workshop

Saturday, November 19, 10am–2pm

Instructor: Jamie McKay

Get a jump start on making some fun holiday gifts for friends and family! Students will be introduced to the basic techniques of working borosilicate glass rod on a bench-mounted torch to create unique holiday items, such as swizzle sticks, icicle ornaments, and swirly drop pendants. Glass work …

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