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6 - 100 Guest(s)
On the last Friday of every month we welcome you to come to the warmest place in Boston!
Join us for an evening of glass, friends and wine. You have of choice 3 different and unique studios to create your own specialized glassware: Shot glasses workshop, Pint glasses workshop, and Wine glasses workshop.
In the glassblowing studio you will experience an introductory taste of working with hot glass making pint glasses. In the flame working studio, you will learn how to melt and shape glass into a shot glass. In the cold working studio you'll experience embellishing clear wine glasses with decorative frosted glass designs. Afterwards, you are invited to watch a glassblowing demonstration by our talented glass artists, and socialize with the other attendees and a glass of wine.
Workshop from 6:30 - 9:00 Glassblowing demonstration: 9:00 - 9:30 Talk & Drink!
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Diablo Glass School
Diablo Glass School opened in 2001, creating a public access glass arts studio in Boston, Massachusetts.
Diablo is a place where beginning and experienced glass artists are welcome to share a nurturing environment, to grow and develop their creative skills in a warm, inviting atmosphere.
Diablo offers different level classes and facilities in various disciplines, exposing a broad spectrum of people to exciting glass techniques in glassblowing, flameworking, fused glass and stained glass.
By connecting students to professional national and international glass artists, we provide a learning experience that constantly offers new information and challenges.
Diablo currently has partnerships with institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston University, Massachusetts College of Arts and Design, Decordova Museum and Sculptural Park, and Verlocal.