One Day Glassblowing Workshop at SF's Centre for Glass Art
In this introductory class, students will learn the basic techniques involved in making solid and blown glass. Students will be introduced to studio safety, hand tools, equipment and hot working. The class covers body posture, gathering, shaping and tool usage. At the end of six hours, each student will have had the opportunity to manipulate molten glass into a solid object such as a paperweight, and explore the blowing process through the creation of a small vessel such as a drinking glass. Class Level: Beginner Prerequisite: None Due to the nature of our business we require a minimum of 48 hours notice for all cancellations. For Sunday reservations, cancellations must be made by 5pm the Thursday prior. Cancellations within 48 hours of the class or event date cannot be refunded or credited.
Since 1997, Public Glass has been San Francisco's only public access glass studio and school. As a 501(c)3 arts organization located in the Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco, our outreach includes a full curriculum of glass courses taught by local and nationally recognized artists, as well as programming for under served youth and adults, corporate group experiences, events, and exhibitions. More and more the new and unexpected experiences that we offer are becoming a known and positively regarded part of the Bay Area arts landscape. Public Glass offers a variety of unique classes that will get you started on your path to creativity with glass! We combine hands-on learning with small class sizes and professional instruction so that you can truly experience the medium. Jump right into our introductory classes – no experience required, or move forward with any one of our advanced classes or private instruction.
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