Course Start DatesSunday 29th March 2020
About the Course
This accessible form of glass fusing includes creating small flat pieces as well as using moulds to create small shallow bowls and plate shaped glass pieces, 10-15 cm sq.
Create your own designs by layering and placing different glass forms together with other materials. You will focus on making tiles with two types of glass and using colour. These can then be placed in moulds to shape tiles into dishes.
Use of tools and all materials are included in the cost and the course is suitable for all levels of participant.
Pieces made on this course will need to be fired in our kiln. This is a long process so will not be completed during the day. Participants will be invited to collect their pieces at a future date, this may be a number of weeks from the course date due to kiln space.
Read all about our tutor Jill Fordham on the Cambridge Art Makers’ course tutors page.
There is a £20 discount available if you book two glass fusing courses. Select one ticket for each course then use the promotional code ‘twofusing’ during check out.
Please note that although this course is in our downstairs workshop, our kitchen and toilets are on the first floor up 1 flight of stairs. If this is going to pose a problem for you please contact us.
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?
Tools, materials, firing, good coffee, tea & biscuits
Jill is a wonderful teacher with years of experience of glass art and teaching under her belt. Having never done anything like this before I was able to produce beautiful pieces in just a few short hours! The space at Cambridge Makers is also really lovely and welcoming and has excellent facilities.
Rosemary - - #19224
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