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Glass Pattern Bars
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $45
All Levels
Kathy Corigliano
GF7402 Nov 4 & 11 2017 (10am-1:00pm) 2 Saturdays (Glass Studio)

Students will cut strips of glass approximately 5"x1 1/2"x1/2" thick After fusing into a solid bar, the glass will be cut into 1/4" thick slabs which will be cut into squares or rectangles to form a design that is then incorporated into a final piece which will be fused into a flat piece before being slumped into a mold. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $45 will be added to the tuition.
Fall Home School Fused Glass
Tuition $180.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $35.00
All Levels, ages 8 and over

GF7405 Nov 3, 10, 17, 2017 (9-12pm) 3 Fridays (Glass Studio)

In this class students (8 years and over) will learn fun fused glass techniques by creating a small bowl, sun catchers, bottle platters and more. Topics will include cutting, grinding, using hand tools, glass compatibility, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of colorful glass and will be able to pick up their final projects the following week. A materials fee of $35 will be added to the tuition.
Kiln Casting with Fiber Paper
Tuition $80.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $33
All Levels
Kathy Corigliano
GF7302 Sept 10 2017 (10am-2:00pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)

When kiln casting with fiber paper, the student creates an image on the paper. Think paper dolls. The image is then cut out with scissors or Exacto knife. The image is then placed on the kiln shelf with either transparent or opal glass laid over it. The decision is made to have the image recessed on the top layer of glass or bottom layer. All this will be explained in class with examples to choose from. One application is a grandmother plate in which a child's hand is traced onto paper and then transferred to the fiber paper. The student may choose to have a flat presentation or to have the flat presentation slumped into a dish shape. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $33.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing Plates & Bowls
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $40.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7304 Aug 29 & 30 2017 (10am-1pm) Tuesday/ Wednesday (Glass Studio)

This class is open to beginners as well as seasoned glass artists. We will focus on making glass tableware. Planning, cutting, creating, and firing both single layer and multiple layers will be covered along with circle cutting, the Morton System, and molds. Various other techniques will also be applied during this practical two-day workshop. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $40.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fused Glass Workshop
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $30.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7305 Aug 15 & 16 2017 (10am-1pm) Tuesday/Wednesday (Glass Studio)

This class will provide a step-by- step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glasses, enamels, molds, and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience will have the opportunity to move forward with new techniques for their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and a plate, glass frame, suncatcher and jewelry. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $30.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing Plates & Bowls
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $40.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7303 July 29 & 30 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

This class is open to beginners as well as seasoned glass artists. We will focus on making glass tableware. Planning, cutting, creating, and firing both single layer and multiple layers will be covered along with circle cutting, the Morton System, and molds. Various other techniques will also be applied during this practical two-day workshop. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $40.00 will be added to the tuition.
Summer Youth Fused Glass - Week 1 afternoons
Tuition $250.00
Registration Closed

Youth

YP7323 Jul 10-14 2017 (1-4pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)

Students will learn fun fused glass techniques by creating a small bowl, sun catchers, bottle platters and more. Topics will include cutting, grinding, using hand tools, glass compatibility, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of colorful glass and will be able to pick up their final projects the following week.
Fused Glass Jewelry I
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $45.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7301 July 8 & 9 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

If you like sparkles, this is the class for you! We’ll be using dichroic glass, decals, silver leaf and molds to make some gorgeous pendants, earrings, pins, and a bracelet. The process of cutting, etching, molding and finishing your jewelry will be covered. Firing and supplies will be addressed! Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $45.00 will be added to the tuition.
Glasscapes
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $45.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7204 July 1 & 2 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

We’ll start with a scene from nature and artistically mimic it on an 8 X10 piece of glass. Using a combination of glass powders, enamel, frits, confetti and more our glasscape will develop. Tools like the “frit maker” the “powder vibe” and outline pens will be explored and available to apply some of these products. CMC paints and some vinyl stickers can also be used. Glues and firing schedules will be covered.. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $45.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fused Glass Wall Piece
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $30.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7203 June 3 & 4 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

Come with an idea to make a medium scale (12") wall piece whether it be a "Spirit Lady", a fish, a mask, or a tree. You'll learn about the properties of glass, and accessories, designing, cutting, and making your piece. Firing and wall mounting will be covered as well. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $30.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fused Glass Fantasies
Tuition $240.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $70.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7205 May 24, 31, June 7, 14 2017 (10am-1pm) 4 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)

This class will provide a step-by- step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glasses, enamels, molds, and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience will have the opportunity to move forward with new techniques for their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $70.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing Plates & Bowls
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $30.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7202 April 22 & 23 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

This class is open to beginners as well as seasoned glass artists. We will focus on making glass tableware. Planning, cutting, creating, and firing both single layer and multiple layers will be covered along with circle cutting, the Morton System, and molds. Various other techniques will also be applied during this practical two-day workshop. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $30.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fused Glass Weekend
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $30.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7201 April 1 & 2 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

This class will provide a step-by- step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glasses, enamels, molds, and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience will have the opportunity to move forward with new techniques for their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and a plate, glass frame, suncatcher and jewelry. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $30.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fused Glass Fantasies
Tuition $240.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $70.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7105 March 22, 29, April 5, 12 2017 (10am-1pm) 4 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)

This class will provide a step-by- step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glasses, enamels, molds, and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience will have the opportunity to move forward with new techniques for their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $70.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fused Glass Jewelry I
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $45.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7104 Mar 11 & 12 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

If you like sparkles, this is the class for you! We’ll be using dichroic glass, decals, silver leaf and molds to make some gorgeous pendants, earrings, pins, and a bracelet. The process of cutting, etching, molding and finishing your jewelry will be covered. Firing and supplies will be addressed! Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $45.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fused Glass Fantasies
Tuition $240.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $70.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7103 Feb 7, 14, 21, 28 2017 (10am-1pm) 4 Tuesdays (Glass Studio)

This class will provide a step-by- step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glasses, enamels, molds, and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience will have the opportunity to move forward with new techniques for their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $70.00 will be added to the tuition.
Glasscapes
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $45.00
All Levels
Linda Banks

GF7102 Jan 21 & 22 2017 (10am-1pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

We’ll start with a scene from nature and artistically mimic it on an 8 X10 piece of glass. Using a combination of glass powders, enamel, frits, confetti and more our glasscape will develop. Tools like the “frit maker” the “powder vibe” and outline pens will be explored and available to apply some of these products. CMC paints and some vinyl stickers can also be used. Glues and firing schedules will be covered.. Ages 18 and over. A materials fee of $45.00 will be added to the tuition.
Intro to Fusing
Tuition $80.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $25.00
Beginners
Ellen Morrell

GF6402 Nov 5, 2016 (10am - 2pm) Saturday (Glass Studio)
A fast paced introduction to fused glass, students will learn fusing techniques by creating holiday ornaments or suncatchers and a small plate. Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc. Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee. Ages 12 and above, a materials fee of $25 will be added to the tuition.
Bubbles as a Design Element in Fused Glass
Tuition $80.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $70.00
Intermediate
Kathy Corigliano
GF6401 Oct 29 2016 (10am-2pm) Saturday (Glass Studio)

Students will learn the use of 1 & 2mm glass stringers in their work. How to's include fusing glass plates with uniform bubbles and using stringer as a decorative element in their pieces. Students can choose from several molds in which to slump their final pieces. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $70.00 will be added to the tuition.
Youth Fused Glass Week 4 afternoon session
Tuition $250.00
Registration Closed

Youth

YP6368 Aug 22-26 2016 (1:30-4:30pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)

Students will learn fun fused glass techniques by creating a small bowl, sun catchers, bottle platters and more. Topics will include cutting, grinding, using hand tools, glass compatibility, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of colorful glass and will be able to pick up their final projects the following week.
Youth Fused Glass Week 2 afternoon session
Tuition $250.00
Registration Closed

Youth

YP6364 Jul 25-29 2016 (1:30-4:30pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)

Students will learn fun fused glass techniques by creating a small bowl, sun catchers, bottle platters and more. Topics will include cutting, grinding, using hand tools, glass compatibility, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of colorful glass and will be able to pick up their final projects the following week.
Youth Fused Glass Week 1 afternoon session
Tuition $250.00
Registration Closed

Youth

YP6362 Jul 11-15 2016 (1:30-4:30pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)

Students will learn fun fused glass techniques by creating a small bowl, sun catchers, bottle platters and more. Topics will include cutting, grinding, using hand tools, glass compatibility, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of colorful glass and will be able to pick up their final projects the following week.
Introduction to Fusing
Tuition $100.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $25.00
Beginner
Kathy Corigliano
GF6203 Jun 4 2016 (10am-3:30pm) Saturday (Glass Studio)

Students will be introduced to fused glass techniques by creating a set of four coasters and one small slumped dish. These techniques are the same used for making larger pieces. Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. All materials needed are included in the materials fee. Ages 16 and over. A materials fee of $25.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing with Glass Inserts
Tuition $140.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $50.00
Intermediate
Kathy Corigliano
GF6202 Saturday May 28 (10am-1pm) and Sunday May 29 (10am-2pm) 2016 (Glass Studio)

Students will be given basic information regarding the use of powdered glass to create either stenciled images or free form images to be inserted into sheet glass, cut in several ways, and fused to create a finished functional piece. This project requires three fusing steps from creation of the image on glass to the finished piece. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $50.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing with Glass Inserts
Tuition $140.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $50.00
Intermediate
Kathy Corigliano
GF6201 Saturday Apr 30 (10am-1pm) and Sunday May 1 (10am-2pm) 2016 (Glass Studio)

Students will be given basic information regarding the use of powdered glass to create either stenciled images or free form images to be inserted into sheet glass, cut in several ways, and fused to create a finished functional piece. This project requires three fusing steps from creation of the image on glass to the finished piece. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $50.00 will be added to the tuition.
Introduction to Fusing
Tuition $100.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $25.00
Beginner
Kathy Corigliano
GF6103 Mar 20 2016 (10am-3:30pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)

Students will be introduced to fused glass techniques by creating a set of four coasters and one small slumped dish. These techniques are the same used for making larger pieces. Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. All materials needed are included in the materials fee. Ages 16 and over. A materials fee of $25.00 will be added to the tuition.
Introduction to Fusing
Tuition $100.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $25.00
Beginner
Kathy Corigliano
GF6102 Jan 24 2016 (10am-3:30pm) Sunday (Glass Studio) CLASS FULL

Students will be introduced to fused glass techniques by creating a set of four coasters and one small slumped dish. These techniques are the same used for making larger pieces. Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. All materials needed are included in the materials fee. Ages 12 and over. A materials fee of $25.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing with Glass Stringer
Tuition $80.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $60.00
Intermediate
Kathy Corigliano
GF5403 Nov 22 2015 (10am-2pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)

Students will learn the use of 1 & 2mm glass stringers in their work. How to's include using glass plates with uniform bubbles and using stringer as a decorative element in their pieces. Students can choose from several molds in which to slump their final pieces. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $60.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing with Glass Stringer
Tuition $80.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $60.00
Intermediate
Kathy Corigliano
GF5402 Oct 22 2015 (2-6pm) Thursday (Glass Studio)

Students will learn the use of 1 & 2mm glass stringers in their work. How to's include using glass plates with uniform bubbles and using stringer as a decorative element in their pieces. Students can choose from several molds in which to slump their final pieces. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $60.00 will be added to the tuition.
Fusing with Glass Stringer
Tuition $80.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $60.00
Intermediate
Kathy Corigliano
GF5401 Oct 19 2015 (1-5pm) Monday (Glass Studio)

Students will learn the use of 1 & 2mm glass stringers in their work. How to's include using glass plates with uniform bubbles and using stringer as a decorative element in their pieces. Students can choose from several molds in which to slump their final pieces. Ages 16 and older. A materials fee of $60.00 will be added to the tuition.
Youth Fused Glass Week 2 afternoon session
: $295.00
Registration Closed

Youth
Ellen Morrell
YP5302 Jul 20-24 2015 (1pm-4pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)


Register early! Students will learn fun fused glass techniques by creating small bowls, trivets, bottle platters and block lights. Topics will include cutting, grinding, using hand tools, glass compatibility, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of colorful glass and will be able to pick up their final projects the following week.
Youth Fused Glass Week 1 afternoon session
Tuition $265 before June 30; $295.00
CLASS FULL

Youth
Ellen Morrell
YP5301 Jul 13-17 2015 (1pm-4pm) Mon-Fri (Glass Studio)

CLASS FULL; Please select a different class or write to registrar@brookfieldcraft.org to be placed on waiting list.

Early Bird Discount expires June 30 and will be applied automatically when you checkout. Register early! Students will learn fun fused glass techniques by creating small bowls, trivets, bottle platters and block lights. Topics will include cutting, grinding, using hand tools, glass compatibility, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of colorful glass and will be able to pick up their final projects the following week.
Introduction to Fusing
Tuition $120.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $25.00
Beginner
Kathy Corigliano
GF5201 May 16 2015 (10am-4:30pm) Saturday (Glass Studio)

Students will be introduced to fused glass techniques by creating a set of four coasters and one nightlight. These techniques are the same used for making larger pieces. Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Glass and nightlight fixtures are included in the materials fee. Additional nightlight fixtures will be available for purchase. Ages 12 and over. A materials fee of $25.00 will be added to the tuition. An additional fee of 5 cents per square inch will be collected for final pieces to be fired.
Intro to Fused Glass Bowls
Tuition $100.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $40.00
All Levels
Suzanne Pisano
GF5202 May 2 & 3 2015 (10am-1pm Saturday, 10am-12pm Sunday) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

Students will learn fused glass techniques by creating small bowls. These are the same techniques used to make larger items and jewelry. By starting small you can explore the medium with minimal kiln time, cost for tuition and materials. Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee, and may also wish to enhance or complete their projects by purchasing additional materials or taking advantage of docent classes. In addition to creating a small bowl, you may choose one from the following additional pieces to create: a wine stopper, bookmark, letter opener, pendants or earrings. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor. Ages 12 and over. A materials fee of $40.00 will be added to the tuition. Firing fees of 5 cents per square inch will be added.
Introduction to Kiln Formed Glass
Tuition $240.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $20.00
Beginner
Katherine Corigliano
GF5103 Feb 5, 12, 19, 26 (3-6pm) 4 Thursdays (Glass Studio)
Registration will close one week prior to the date of the first class. Register early to reserve your space!

An introduction to fused glass techniques. This includes glass cutting, grinding, kiln preparation and firing schedules as well as slumping of fused pieces. Students can choose from a variety of small plates as well as other decorative items. Students can expect to take home a set of coasters, one small dish and one other item. A materials fee of $20 is added to the tuition.
Introduction to Kiln Formed Glass
Tuition $240.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $20.00
Beginner
Katherine Corigliano
GF5102 Jan 18, 25, Feb 1, 8 2015 (10am-1pm) 4 Sundays (Glass Studio)
Registration will close one week prior to the date of the first class. Register early to reserve your space!

An introduction to fused glass techniques. This includes glass cutting, grinding, kiln preparation and firing schedules as well as slumping of fused pieces. Students can choose from a variety of small plates as well as other decorative items. Students can expect to take home a set of coasters, one small dish and one other item. A materials fee of $20 is added to the tuition.
Introduction to Kiln Formed Glass
Tuition $240.00
Registration Closed

Materials Fee: $20.00
Beginner
Katherine Corigliano
GF5101 Jan 17, 24, 31, Feb 7 2015 (10am-1pm) 4 Saturdays (Glass Studio)
Registration will close one week prior to the date of the first class. Register early to reserve your space!

An introduction to fused glass techniques. This includes glass cutting, grinding, kiln preparation and firing schedules as well as slumping of fused pieces. Students can choose from a variety of small plates as well as other decorative items. Students can expect to take home a set of coasters, one small dish and one other item. A materials fee of $20 is added to the tuition.
Docent Fused Glass Single Session
Tuition $35.00
Registration Closed

Intermediate
Suzanne Pisano

After adding to the cart, you will choose from the following sessions:

GF4417B Nov 11 2014 (6:30pm-9:00 pm) Tuesday (Glass Studio)
GF4417C Nov 18 2014 (6:30pm-9:00 pm) Tuesday (Glass Studio)

Docent Class is offered to give students, experienced with fused glass, time in our studio to create their own pieces. Enjoy time working with other fused glass artists as our docent oversees the studio. This class offers you one firing per night. Fusing and slumping firings will alternate. No materials supplied. No walk-ins; registration must be completed prior to class.

Docent Fused Glass 3 Pack
Tuition $95.00
Registration Closed

Intermediate
Suzanne Pisano
GF4404 Nov 4, 11 & 18 2014 (6:30pm-9:00 pm) 3 Tuesdays (Glass Studio)
In Session.

Docent Class is offered to give students, experienced with fused glass, time in our studio to create their own pieces. Enjoy time working with other fused glass artists as our docent oversees the studio. This class offers you one firing per night. Fusing and slumping firings will alternate. No materials supplied.
Fused Glass Ornaments
Tuition $106.00

Materials Fee: $29.10
Beginner
Suzanne Pisano
GF4402 Oct 19 2014 (11:00 am -3:00 pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)
Registration will close one week prior to the date of the first class. Register early to reserve your space!

In this fast paced introduction to fused glass, students will learn fusing techniques by creating holiday ornaments or suncatchers. Layers of vibrant, luminous glass will create sparkling ornaments that make your home or tree dazzle.  Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc. Each participant can make up to 3 ornaments. Students wishing to continue working with fused glass may purchase docent open studio time; Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor. A materials fee of $29.1, payable by cash or check, will be collected by the instructor at the beginning of the class.materials fee. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor.
Docent Fused Glass 3 Pack
Tuition $95.00
Registration Closed

Intermediate
Suzanne Pisano
GF4416 Oct 16, 23 & 30 2014 (5 pm-7:30 pm) 3 Thursdays (Glass Studio)
Registration closed; class is running.

Docent Class is offered to give students, experienced with fused glass, time in our studio to create their own pieces. Enjoy time working with other fused glass artists as our docent oversees the studio. This class offers you one firing per night. Fusing and slumping firings will alternate. No materials supplied.
Fused Embellishments with Window Glass
Tuition $81.00
Materials Fee $69.00
Registration Closed

Beginner/Intermediate
Linda Banks
GF4401 Oct 12 2014 (10:00 am -2:00 pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)
Registration will close one week prior to the date of the first class. Register early to reserve your space!

There are so many different techniques to learn that are fun and can be used on low cost window glass, then applied to other glasses if you want. We'll be working with doilies, metals, stencils, paints, frits and powders, nature's weeds, and "dichro slide". The instructor will explain and demo cutting glass, screen printing, and "flexi-glass". Students will produce several sample tiles. Students can use these as coasters or sign up for docent studio time to slump their pieces into bowls or drill to make suncatcher ornaments. Come experience the tricks of fusing window glass.
Intro to Fused Glass: Bowls
Introduction to Fused Glass: Bowls
Tuition $165.00
Registration Closed

Beginner/Intermediate
Suzanne Pisano
GF4060 Saturday/Sunday July 26-27, 2014      Saturday 2-5pm & Sunday 1-3pm (Glass Studio)

All materials are included in the tuition fee. Students will create beautiful small bowls while learning glass techniques including cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. In addition, you may choose one from the following additional pieces to create: a wine stopper, bookmark, letter opener, pendants or earrings. A docent class for additional studio time is also available when fused glass captures your fancy!
Docent Fused Glass
Tuition $95.00
Registration Closed

Intermediate
Suzanne Pisano
GF4102 Three Thursday nights 5pm-7:30pm  Jul 10, 17, 24 2014  (Glass Studio)

Docent Class is offered to give students, experienced with fused glass, time in our studio to create their own pieces. Enjoy time working with other fused glass artists as our docent oversees the studio. This class offers you use of the studio and equipment and one firing. No materials supplied. No walk-ins; registration must be completed prior to class.
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
Tuition $80.00

REGISTRATION CLOSED


Beginner
Unsure if this class is appropriate for your skill level? Contact us and find out.

Suzanne Pisano

GF0413   July 13 &14, 2013  (Sat 10am-1pm, Sunday 10am-12pm)  Saturday & Sunday (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

Students will learn fusing techniques by creating components for jewelry and small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, letter openers, jewlery components and small bowls.  These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc.  By starting small you can explore the medium with minimal kiln time, cost for tuition and materials.  Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing.   Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee (does not include dichroic), and may also wish to enhance or complete their projects by purchasing additional materials or taking the Fused Glass 101 follow up session(s). A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor.
A studio/materials fee of $35 is due at time of registration.
 
Brookfield Craft Center's Sampler Workshops are designed with the beginner in mind. These short, low-cost workshops eliminate the intimidation of trying a new art medium and using a new studio. You might just find your new artistic calling, but you will never know unless you give it a try.
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
Tuition $80.00

REGISTRATION CLOSED


Beginner
Unsure if this class is appropriate for your skill level? Contact us and find out.

Suzanne Pisano

GF0313   May 11 & 12, 2013  (Sat 10am-1pm, Sunday 10am-12pm)  Saturday & Sunday (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

Students will learn fusing techniques by creating components for jewelry and small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, letter openers, jewlery components and small bowls.  These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc.  By starting small you can explore the medium with minimal kiln time, cost for tuition and materials.  Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing.   Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee (does not include dichroic), and may also wish to enhance or complete their projects by purchasing additional materials or taking the Fused Glass 101 follow up session(s). A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor.
A studio/materials fee of $35 is due at time of registration.
 
Brookfield Craft Center's Sampler Workshops are designed with the beginner in mind. These short, low-cost workshops eliminate the intimidation of trying a new art medium and using a new studio. You might just find your new artistic calling, but you will never know unless you give it a try.
Fused Glass 101
Fused Glass 101: Intro to Fused Glass
Tuition $240.00

REGISTRATION CLOSED


Beginner, Experienced Beginner

Suzanne Pisano

GF0213   Feb 23-24, 2013  (Saturday/Sunday 10am - 5pm)  (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

Students will learn fused glass techniques by creating small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, small bowls, jewelry components or letter openers.  Some dichroic class will be included in the materials fee. This class is similar to the sampler but with extended project time and covers additional topics tailored to the students’ interests. These are the same techniques used to make larger items.  Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee, and may also wish to enhance or complete their projects by purchasing additional materials or taking advantage of open studio time. A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided.  Some pieces will need to be picked up on a later date.  Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor.


A studio/materials fee of $55 is due at time of registration.


SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
Tuition $80.00

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Beginner
Unsure if this class is appropriate for your skill level? Contact us and find out.

Suzanne Pisano

GF0913   Jan 26-27, 2012  (Sat 10am-1pm, Sunday 10am-12pm)  Saturday & Sunday (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

In this fast paced introduction to fused glass, students will learn fusing techniques by creating components for jewelry and small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, and letter openers.  These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc.  By starting small you can explore the medium with minimal kiln time, cost for tuition and materials.  Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students wishing to work at a more comfortable pace may prefer Fused Glass 101.  Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee (does not include dichroic), and may also wish to enhance or complete their projects by purchasing additional materials or taking the Fused Glass 101 follow up session(s). A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor.
A studio/materials fee of $20 is due at time of registration.
 
Brookfield Craft Center's Sampler Workshops are designed with the beginner in mind. These short, low-cost workshops eliminate the intimidation of trying a new art medium and using a new studio. You might just find your new artistic calling, but you will never know unless you give it a try.
Fused Glass Open Studio

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Intermediate (Current Students, Experienced Artists)
Prerequisite: Completion of introductory level BCC fused glass class or demonstrated knowledge of the studio/equipment


Monitor: Suzanne Pisano

Glass Studio, Railroad Building
Thursday evenings 6-9 pm 
NOTE: No Open Studio on June 27 or July 4


Members of Brookfield Craft Center are welcome to join the flat and warm glass Open Studio Program in the Glass Studio. (Not a Member? Click here to learn more or sign up.) BCC fused, kiln-formed and stained glass students and local skilled artists can purchase studio time as low as $6/hr to use BCC's hand and power cold working tools.  The studio currently consists of cutting tools, wet ring saw, wet grinders, flex shaft and drill press. Participants are welcome to fire glass using table top kilns and "bathtub kiln" for $0.05 per square inch per firing. Open Studio sessions are monitored by a fused glass artist, are 3 hours in length, and are held Thursday evenings 6-9pm. Pay a drop-in rate at the door, or purchase 3 or more sessions on an Open Studio Card to participate in the program.

- Drop-in rate (one 3-hr session)  -  $25/session
- Buy 3 or more sessions  -  $18/session
- Kiln use - $0.05/sq. inch per firing

Participants must be BCC Members, possess basic flat or warm glass skills, and have had prior instruction and experience using BCC's glass studio equipment. Only members who can exhibit sufficient skills and knowledge of equipment will be granted studio access. No refunds or credits will be offered for unused Open Studio sessions.


Fused Glass 101: Intro to Fused Glass
Fused Glass 101: Intro to Fused Glass
Tuition $240.00

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Beginner, Experienced Beginner

Suzanne Pisano

GF0212   Sept 29 and 30, 2012  (Saturday/Sunday 10am - 5pm)  (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

Students will learn fused glass techniques by creating components for jewelry and small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, and letter openers.  Some dichroic glass will be included in the materials fee. This class is similar to the sampler but with extended project time and covers additional topics tailored to the students’ interests. These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc.  By starting small you can explore the medium with minimal kiln time, cost for tuition and materials.  Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor. 


A studio/materials fee of $55 is due at time of registration.


SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: BYOB Slumped Bottle Cheese Trays
Tuition $30.00

REGISTRATION CLOSED


Beginner, Experienced Beginner
Unsure if this class is appropriate for your skill level? Contact us and find out.

Suzanne Pisano

GF0512 Dec 15, 2012  (10-11am)  Saturday (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

This fun and short workshop is back by popular demand for a second time this December! Flattened bottles make great cheese platters for holiday gifts, and they are easy to make! Bring your own empty glass wine, beer, liquor, or any other glass bottle and we will prepare them and melt them in the kiln. We will have room for one large bottle per participant, and perhaps more. Learn an overview of slumping glass during the workshop, and pick up your creations the following week.
 
Brookfield Craft Center's Sampler Workshops are designed with the beginner in mind. These short, low-cost workshops eliminate the intimidation of trying a new art medium and using a new studio. You might just find your new artistic calling, but you will never know unless you give it a try.
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass Jewelry + Holiday Ornaments
Tuition $80.00

REGISTRATION CLOSED


Beginner, Experienced Beginner
Unsure if this class is appropriate for your skill level? Contact us and find out.

Suzanne Pisano

GF0312 Dec 8-9, 2012  (Sat 10am-1pm, Sun 10am-12pm)  Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

In this fast paced introduction to fused glass, students will learn fusing techniques by creating components for jewelry and small items such as holiday ornaments,bookmarks, wine stoppers, and letter openers.  These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc.  By starting small you can explore the medium with minimal kiln time, cost for tuition and materials.  Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. Students wishing to work at a more comfortable pace may prefer Fused Glass 101.  Students may choose from a variety of glass included in the materials fee (does not include dichroic), and may also wish to enhance or complete their projects by purchasing additional materials or taking the Fused Glass 101 follow up session(s). A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor. A studio/materials fee of $20 is due at time of registration.
 
Brookfield Craft Center's Sampler Workshops are designed with the beginner in mind. These short, low-cost workshops eliminate the intimidation of trying a new art medium and using a new studio. You might just find your new artistic calling, but you will never know unless you give it a try.
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: Fused Glass
SAMPLER WORKSHOP: BYOB Slumped Bottle Cheese Trays
Tuition $35.00

REGISTRATION CLOSED


Beginner, Experienced Beginner
Unsure if this class is appropriate for your skill level? Contact us and find out.

Suzanne Pisano

GF0412 Dec 1, 2012  (10am-12pm)  Saturday (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

Flattened bottles make great cheese platters for holiday gifts, and they are easy to make! Bring your own empty glass wine, beer, liquor, or any other glass bottle and we will prepare them and melt them in the kiln. We will have room for one large bottle per participant, and perhaps more. Learn an overview of slumping glass during the workshop, and pick up your creations the following week. A studio/materials fee of $5 is due at time of registration.
 
Brookfield Craft Center's Sampler Workshops are designed with the beginner in mind. These short, low-cost workshops eliminate the intimidation of trying a new art medium and using a new studio. You might just find your new artistic calling, but you will never know unless you give it a try.
Fused Glass Earrings
Fused Glass Earrings
Tuition $265.00

REGISTRATION CLOSED

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Beginners / Experienced Beginners
Suzanne Pisano
GF0611 August 27-28 (9am - 5pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)

Wear your own creations, or make unique, handmade gifts to give to friends and family! Learn fused glass techniques and combine the elements to create several pairs of finished earrings in this hands-on weekend workshop ––16 hours in the BCC glass studio! Learn and practice the basics of both glass fusing and no-solder jewelrymaking as you design, fuse and finish your jewelry.  A studio/materials fee of $45 is due at time of registration and covers the basic glass assortment and earring components to complete your creations. Additional specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase during the class.
Layering and Mold Making at Brookfield Craft Center
Layering and Mold Making: Ceramic Molds for Slumped Glass
Tuition $290.00

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All Levels
Lisa Scroggins and Barbara Galazzo
GF0311 March 29 - April 26 2011 (no class April 19) 4 Tuesday evenings, 6pm - 9pm (March 29: Ceramics Barn; April classes: Glass Studio, RR Building)

NEW! Slumped Glass Bowls. Get ready to create dazzling and dreamy glass bowls in this brand new class at the Craft Center, in which two of our fabulous faculty members have teamed up to bring you something totally different. Students enrolled in this "glass class" will enjoy getting a little help from our friends in the ceramics studio, where we'll begin our adventure, by making a ceramic mold.  The mold will act as our support and design form into which we'll be slumping our layered glass.  A wild array of creative opportunities awaits us in the glass studio, where creativity knows no limits!  We'll experiment with pattern, pattern bars, frit, collage, and layering of colors that will make your heart sing and spirit soar.  You'll be amazed beyond your wildest dreams at what you can create with this magical medium.  A materials fee of $60 payable to the instructors on the first class, will cover all supplies.
Mardi Gras Madness - Mask Making
Tuition $290.00
Registration Closed

All Levels
Barbara Galazzo
GF0211 February 15 - March 15 (no class Feb 22) (4 Tuesday evenings) 6pm - 9pm (Glass Studio, RR Building)

NEW! Mask Making: You'll feel like you've entered a Mardi Gras celebration when you join us for this 4 session Mask-Making adventure at the craft center!  Utilizing both the ceramic and glass studio, this class will give students the opportunity to hone their creative skills in multiple disciplines.  Part one will be to fabricate a ceramic form over which we will slump our glass masks.  Part two will be the design of the glass Mardi Gras Masks.  We'll have a ball exploring color, texture, shape and form, welcoming whimsy at every turn. Students will be encouraged to push the limits of their imaginations in this fun and wildly colorful class. A materials fee of $60 payable to the instructors on the first class, will cover all supplies.
Glass Open Studio

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Enrolled Students
Barbara Galazzo
GF0511 Starting March 3 (no studio Apr 19) (Thursdays) 4pm - 5pm

Use the studio time to practice your skills, use equipment you may not own, or design and create your own projects. Kiln firings are extra. Glass materials available for purchase.
Fused Ornament Making for Families: Parent/Child
Tuition $100.00

Beginners
Barbara Galazzo
GF9010 December 11 (6:00pm - 9:00pm) Saturday (Glass Studio, Railroad Buildling)

You and your child will create memories to last a lifetime while making ornaments for your Christmas tree, Hanukah bush, or other holiday tradition! Layers of vibrant, luminous glass will create sparkling ornaments that make your home or tree dazzle. Each participant can make up to 5 ornaments of assorted sizes, shapes and colors. Don't have a child? Bring a friend or come on your own. All finished work will be available one week after the workshop. These make great gits! All children must be accompanied by an adult. A materials fee to be determined, payable by cash or check, will be collected by the instructor at the beginning of the class.
Fused Ornament Making for Families: Parent/Child
Tuition $100.00

Beginners
Barbara Galazzo
GF9010 December 11 (10:00am - 1:00pm) Saturday (Glass Studio, Railroad Buildling)

You and your child will create memories to last a lifetime while making ornaments for your Christmas tree, Hanukah bush, or other holiday tradition! Layers of vibrant, luminous glass will create sparkling ornaments that make your home or tree dazzle. Each participant can make up to 5 ornaments of assorted sizes, shapes and colors. Don't have a child? Bring a friend or come on your own. All finished work will be available one week after the workshop. These make great gits! All children must be accompanied by an adult. A materials fee to be determined, payable by cash or check, will be collected by the instructor at the beginning of the class.
Beyond the Bowl
Member Tuition $240.00
Nonmember Tuition $265.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

All Levels
Barbara Galazzo
GF2110 May 15-16 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

In this class we will be exploring what is beyond the fused bowl. Sculptures will be discussed, mechanics and possibilities of various mediums of hanging and armature. We will be creating small scale sculptures in this class, while looking at the purpose, various design elements and final mounting possibilities.
Advanced Fused Glass
Member Tuition $240.00
Nonmember Tuition $265.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $120

Advanced
Linda Banks
GF2010 May 1-2 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday/Sunday (Instructor's Studio, New Preston, CT)

Having mastered cutting glass and firing in the kiln, there is still much more to learn. This 2-day workshop, held at the instructor's studio, will explore many fused glass topics including: working with hot kilns, manipulating the glass, combing it, and stamping it. The group will work on their own drop ring project which will involve scenic images made first in 4 layers, then fired together. Students can also bring in their own dichroic glass to manipulate. A materials fee will be payable to the instructor.
Firing Glass Kilns
Member Tuition $120.00
Nonmember Tuition $145.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $10

All Levels
Linda Banks
GF1910 Apr 24 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday (Glass Studio)

Firing your kiln to fuse and slump glass can be challenging and rewarding. Come with your note pad and learn the art of kiln fired glass whether it is earrings, bowls or casting. Schedules for firing will be worked out for your needs.
Fusing and Slumping Plates and Bowls
Member Tuition $240.00
Nonmember Tuition $265.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $85

All Levels
Linda Banks
GF1810 Apr 10-11 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

This class, open to beginners as well as seasoned glass artists, will focus on making glass tableware. Planning, cutting and firing both single layer and multiple layers will be covered along with circle cutting, the Morton System and molds. Various other techniques will also be applied during this practical two-day workshop
Directed Open Studio - Fused Glass Jewelry and Small Gifts
Member Tuition $90.00
Nonmember Tuition $115.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $45

Experienced Beginner
Suzanne Pisano

GF1510A Mar 21 (10:00am-4:00pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)
GF1510B May 23 (10:00am-4:00pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)
GF1510C May 30 (10:00am-4:00pm) Sunday (Glass Studio)

This is an instructor led open studio. Pre-requisite: Intro to Fused Glass Jewelry & Small Gifts (or similar class). Topics covered will be tailored to students' interests. Materials fee will cover the basic glass assortment. A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will be available for purchase from the instructor. Items can be fired in the small kilns during class, or completed after class for an additional fee. Instructor will request a list of topics of interest via email or phone prior to the class to ensure the proper equipment is available.
Introduction to Fused Glass - Jewelry and Small Gifts
Member Tuition $120.00
Nonmember Tuition $145.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $45

Beginner
Suzanne Pisano
GF1410 Mar 20 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday (Glass Studio)

Students will learn fused glass techniques and combine the elements to create finished jewelry and other small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, and letter openers. Students may choose which project(s) they wish to complete and purchase materials as appropriate. The group will learn the basics of both glass fusing and [no solder] jewelrymaking during this fun and exciting class. Materials fee will cover the basic glass assortment. A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor.
Architectural Relief in Glass
Member Tuition $240.00
Nonmember Tuition $265.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $70

All Levels
Alyssa Oxley
GF1310 Mar 13-14 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

Using a limited palette to emphasize form, we will explore the use of fiber paper to introduce simple architectural elements (like windows, brick and flooring patterns, grids, grilles and louvers) to a small series in glass. We will look at reference materials, and sketch a plan before executing our designs. We will discuss firing schedules for the process. We will also take a look at some of the reactive glasses available and their uses.
Fused Glass Weekend
Member Tuition $240.00
Nonmember Tuition $265.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $75

All Levels
Linda Banks
GF1210 Mar 6-7 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

In this two day kiln-fired glass workshop the instructor will provide a step by step review of the many techniques for fusing. Students will work with a variety of glass, enamels and metals and will experiment with natural materials and etching. Students will leave class with a working knowledge of the basics of fused glass and several small projects.
Go Boldly Into Color
Member Tuition $240.00
Nonmember Tuition $265.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

All Levels
Barbara Galazzo
GF1110 Feb 27-28 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday/Sunday (Glass Studio)

How does color work? What makes some combinations of color more effective than others? This class will explore color principles and applications using kiln-glass techniques. The purpose is to increase the student�s understanding of color and how to use it in glasswork to make pieces that are more beautiful and in which color reinforces the artist�s intent. We will use hands on exercises to discover how the qualities of glass effect the piece being created. These will include transparency vs. opalescence, reflection, absorption and depth. It is through the class project that the student will use these principles to explore getting the most vibrant and appealing pieces possible.
Fused Glass Fantasy
Member Tuition $360.00
Nonmember Tuition $385.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $90

All Levels
Linda Banks

GF1010A Jan 27-Mar 10 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays; no class on 2/10/10 (Glass Studio)
GF1010B Apr 7-May 12 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)
GF1010C Apr 7-May 12 (6:30pm-9:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)

This 6 week class is open to all levels of experience in kiln fired glass and will provide a step-by-step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glass, enamels, molds and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience can move forward with their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces.
Fused Glass Fantasy, including Materials Fee ($90.00) - Jan 27-Mar 10 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays; no class on 2/10/10 (Glass Studio)
Member Tuition $360.00
Nonmember Tuition $475.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $90

All Levels
Linda Banks


GF1010A Jan 27-Mar 10 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays; no class on 2/10/10 (Glass Studio)
GF1010B Apr 7-May 12 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)
GF1010C Apr 7-May 12 (6:30pm-9:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)

This 6 week class is open to all levels of experience in kiln fired glass and will provide a step-by-step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glass, enamels, molds and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience can move forward with their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces.

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Fused Glass Fantasy, including Materials Fee ($90.00) - Apr 7-May 12 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)
Member Tuition $360.00
Nonmember Tuition $475.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $90

All Levels
Linda Banks


GF1010A Jan 27-Mar 10 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays; no class on 2/10/10 (Glass Studio)
GF1010B Apr 7-May 12 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)
GF1010C Apr 7-May 12 (6:30pm-9:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)

This 6 week class is open to all levels of experience in kiln fired glass and will provide a step-by-step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glass, enamels, molds and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience can move forward with their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces.

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Fused Glass Fantasy, including Materials Fee ($90.00) - Apr 7-May 12 (6:30pm-9:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)
Member Tuition $360.00
Nonmember Tuition $475.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $90

All Levels
Linda Banks


GF1010A Jan 27-Mar 10 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays; no class on 2/10/10 (Glass Studio)
GF1010B Apr 7-May 12 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)
GF1010C Apr 7-May 12 (6:30pm-9:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)

This 6 week class is open to all levels of experience in kiln fired glass and will provide a step-by-step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glass, enamels, molds and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience can move forward with their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces.

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Fused Glass Fantasy
Member Tuition $360.00
Nonmember Tuition $385.00
Archived Class, Registration is Closed

Materials Fee of $90

All Levels
Linda Banks

GF1010A Jan 27-Mar 10 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays; no class on 2/10/10 (Glass Studio)
GF1010B Apr 7-May 12 (9:30am-12:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)
GF1010C Apr 7-May 12 (6:30pm-9:30pm) 6 Wednesdays (Glass Studio)

This 6 week class is open to all levels of experience in kiln fired glass and will provide a step-by-step review of many different techniques of fusing. We will work with a variety of glass, enamels, molds and tools. Various products and equipment will be explained and explored. Those with experience can move forward with their projects. Students will come away with a working knowledge of fusing, slumping, firing and many finished pieces.

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Holiday Gift Making: Glass Jewelry & Small Gifts

All Levels
Suzanne Pisano
GF9999 November 20- 21 (10:00am-4:00pm) Saturday/Sunday ((Glass Studio, Railroad Buildling))

Students will be introduced to the basic techniques of fused glass used to create works of art. They will explore the possibilities for jewelry making and other small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, and letter openers, although the techniques can also apply to bowls and other items. We will begin with basic cutting and compatibility and we will complete the class with coldworking techniques to give your work a more finished look. Experienced students may work at their own pace, and additional topics covered will be tailored to students' interests. Special topics of interest should be sent to teh instructor via email or phone prior to the class to ensure that the proper equipment is available. A materials fee covers the basic glass. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor. A materials fee of $30, payable by cash or check, will be collected by the instructor at the beginning of the class.
 
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