Open House at Diablo Glass School!

Come and celebrate Diablo Glass School's ten year anniversary! On Saturday, April 10th Diablo will be opening its doors to the public for free from 12-5pm.

Experience the ancient art of glassblowing as demonstrated by one of our talented student artists. Find out what Diablo has to offer while touring one of our three professional glass art studios! Several of our artists will be exhibiting some of their own pieces so you can see the beauty of glassblowing first hand. We appreciate what the community has done for us and now its time to let you see what we're all about! Once again, admission is free! Come on down!

 

123 Terrace St, Boston, MA 02120

Phone: (617)-442-7444

www.DiabloGlassSchool.com

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