Classes



Fused / Kilnformed Glass at the 




BEGINNING TO INTERMEDIATE FUSING (SUMMER)

Beginning to Intermediate, Young Adults to Adults
Instructor: Steena Fullmer Anderson
Create artworks from layering glass then firing in a kiln to a full, tack or slump fuse.
The below Beginning/Intermediate classes are great for students who have no previous glass experience or want a refresher on basic skills. Learn the art of kiln-forming glass including basic principles of compatibility, scoring, cutting, fusing, shaping and coldworking. We will use sheet glass, frit, stringers and dichroic glass, while learning how to use glass tools. Students will learn design concepts and how to choose which glass technique will best accomplish their goal. Focus will be on process and exploring all the possibilities that can be achieved with glass.  (Meets in W-7, Rm. 716)

Summer Quarter (7 weeks)
Fri Jun 30 (10am-12:30pm)

Tuition: $225
Material Fee: $130, added at time of registration.
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TEEN FUSING (FALL)


All skill levels
Instructor: Steena Fullmer Anderson
How cool would it be to make your own fused glass suncatcher or a gift for a friend or family member? Learn the glass fusing process from initial design to finished product, includ­ing cutting, shaping and firing glass. Experience various kilnforming techniques while creating your own works of art. (Meets in W-7, Rm.716) 

Fall Quarter (9 weeks)
Weds Sept 21 (4:30pm-6:30pm) Grade 8-11
Tuition: $215
Materials: $85 added at time of registration.

BEGINNING-INTERMEDIATE FUSING (FALL)


All skill levels, Young Adults and Adults

Create artworks from layering glass then firing in a kiln to a full, tack or slump fuse.
Beginning/Intermediate classes are great for students who have no previous glass experience or want a refresher on basic skills. Learn the art of kilnforming glass including basic principles of compatibility, scoring, cutting, fusing, shaping and coldworking. We will use sheet glass, frit, stringers and dichroic glass, while learning how to use glass tools. Students will learn design concepts and how to choose which glass technique will best accomplish their goal. Focus will be on process and exploring all the possibilities that can be achieved with glass. 

Instructor: FullmerFri Sept 23 (10am-12:30pm)
Tuition: $225
Materials: $125, added at time of registration.