About the Course
Glass Fusing & Kiln Forming Introductory course - 3 days
10am - 5pm
The brand new Hart Glass studio has been holding glass fusing & kiln forming workshops from September 2017. We’re in the same location in Cavendish, Suffolk, but now with three new dedicated areas of work; a large light and airy cutting room, kiln and cold working room and mould making room courses are better than ever!
We will be running three day courses quarterly - see dates above or get in touch - for four students per workshop. So, if you have ever wondered, ‘How do they do that?’ or thought, ‘I’d love to have a go!’ this is your perfect chance to give that creative spark a chance to shine. If you’re a beginner with burning curiosity, or you’ve done some glasswork and you’d like to indulge your skills, a relaxed studio environment guarantees a fun, informative and inspirational experience.
This introductory course aims to give you a taste of a wide variety of glass fusing & kiln forming techniques and a clear understanding of the processes.
Glass Fusing & Kiln Forming Introductory course:
1. The glass studio environment.
2. Cutting, cold-working & design.
3. Planning firing schedules.
4. Kiln forming techniques.
Laura Hart’s award winning glass flowers, butterflies and ‘Picasso’ works have exhibited in premier galleries around the world; Corning Museum USA, Etienne Gallery Netherlands, Vessel Gallery London, ‘Glass Life Forms’ 2016, Collect 2017/18/19. Tresor, Switzerland 2017. 'Homo Faber' exhibition with the Michelangelo Foundation, Venice 2018.
Contact Hart Glass now to book your place.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All materials are included. Please bring lunch with you, we have a kitchen with microwave. Tea, coffee and cold drinks provided.
Work left in the kiln can be collected a week after the course ends. Should you need your work couriered to you the average cost of a fragile handling shipment in the UK is around £14.
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