Introduction: Glassblowing 201
Saturday I 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
- Starts Oct 14Starts Oct 14
- 152.25 Canadian dollars$152.25
- 50th Avenue
If you have taken the Introduction 101 class and want to continue to grow your knowledge and skills in glassblowing and working with furnace glass? Don't worry if you happen to choose to start from here, the learning objectives in working with molten hot glass include gathering, applying colour and learning how sculpt hot glass into either a bird or flower form. Our friendly and skilled team of artists will help guide you through the process of making a one-of-a-kind glass art piece. Each student will create 1 piece, as well as learn how to assist others in this fascinating process. We will cover teamwork and expand on tool use, as well as safety and the basic techniques needed to shape molten hot glass. Prerequisite encouraged but not necessary: Introduction: Glassblowing 101 Minimum age requirement to register is 14 years. Minors must be accompanied by a registered parent or guardian also taking this class. Things to know and how to prepare 1. Have all long hair tied back 2. Wear non bulky cotton or natural fiber clothing 3. Bring a sealed water bottle to stay hydrated 4. Wear closed toe work boots or a good rubber soled closed toe shoes 5. Wear blue jeans or cotton fiber pants
Class/Workshop Participant Cancellation Policy We know "life happens" and sometimes changes to your class registration need to happen and as a valued customer we are able to offer the following. Please note that accommodating short notice changes is costly for us as supplies preparation, instructor & staffing fees and the loss of revenue from vacant workshop space(s) forfeit us the opportunity to fill short notice cancellations. For cancellations 1 week or greater we first look to re-book your class or workshop at time of cancellation. If a re-booking is not possible, an in-store credit studio account will be set-up for you and your registration purchase will be applied for future use towards an alternate future class/workshop registration or it can be used for shopping with us. For cancellations 72 hours or less, due to the costs of set up, supplies prep, staffing/instructor fees, and the inability for us to re-sell your workshop space(s) on short notice your cancellation will unfortunately have to be considered a forfeited opportunity. Please contact us either by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the studio 780-739-1112 to advise us of any class or workshop registration changes you may have. Participants that No Show No shows are considered forfeited opportunities and the above policy does not apply.
4915 50th Avenue, Leduc, AB, Canada