Fused Glass Rectangular Rim Tray

CLASS ID: 4X18
Date/Time: Saturday, November 3, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Kim Bakken-Parr
Want to increase your fused glass collection, or just need a unique serving tray? In this class, you will learn glass fusing and slumping techniques and create a 9 3/4” X 13 1/2” tray. You will create your design based on the color and types of glass you want to use. You can select from a variety of colors and forms such as sheet glass, stringer, frit, confetti, and powder. During the creation process, you will have the opportunity to use glass saws and grinders. Glass cutting experience is helpful, but not necessary. You will be called to pick up your pieces after kiln firing is complete. All students should wear long pants and close-toed shoes. Long hair needs to be pulled back and put into a binder. All tools are provided, just bring a lunch.

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Fused Glass Plate

CLASS ID: 4X19
Date/Time: Sunday, November 4, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Kim Bakken-Parr
Learn glass fusing and slumping techniques by creating a 7” round plate. Glass safety and information about the different types of glass and COE will be covered in this class. Select from a variety of color and forms of glass for your plate. During the creation process you will have the opportunity to use glass saws and grinders. Glass cutting experience is helpful, but not necessary. Long hair needs to be pulled back, and long pants and close-toed shoes are required. After the piece is designed it is then fired in a kiln by the instructors. You will be called to pick up your pieces after kiln firing is completed.

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Create Your Own Mosaic

CLASS ID: 4X17
Date/Time: Wednesday, October 10, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Kim Bakken-Parr
Learn the basics of making a mosaic in this introductory class. After instruction on glass safety and glass cutting techniques, students will be given a 6” X 8” glass surface to design surrounded by a zinc channel (border). Students should come with a simple design in mind that they would like to create. After glass pieces are cut they are glued to the sheet of glass. The final step is grouting the pieces to enhance the look of the design. There will be rings attached to the border so the finished window mosaic can be hung. All tools are provided and no previous glass experience is required. All students should wear long pants and close-toed shoes. Long hair needs to be pulled back and put into a binder. All tools are provided, bring a lunch.

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