Fused Glass 101 at Diablo Glass School

Date: 22 June 2012
Source: www.diabloglassschool.com/flatshop.htm
Course Fee: $290 Class size limit: 9 In this two-day workshop, using colorful pieces of glass, including glass powders and frits, students will learn to design several necklace pendants, coasters, ornaments, sun catchers, tiles and a fused and slumped plate or bowl.

This class will introduce you to the basic principles behind forming glass in the kiln to create beautiful fused glass pieces. You will be introduced to all of the tools, basic glass cutting and kiln forming theory, as well as tack-fusing. No experience necessary.

Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm July 7, August 4, September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1, January 5

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Date: 22 June 2012
Source: www.diabloglassschool.com/flatshop.htm

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