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Glasstronomy Studios hosts workshops for glass enthusiasts with varying levels of experience. Our workshop calendar includes something for everyone. Most of our memberships levels qualify for discounts on our workshops and courses.
Each workshop has a unique number assigned to it that also indicates the level of experience required. Please consider these designations when you register:
G – general — all levels welcome
B – beginner level (for those with no glass cutting experience)
I – intermediate level — must know how to safely handle standard glass tools
A – advanced level — must have participated in an applicable Studio intermediate level workshop or course
Note: Prerequisite workshops may be required for certain courses. Unless otherwise indicated, materials and firings are included in the listed fees. HST will be added to the purchase of each course and workshop. Some general workshops are open to youth participants (14 years+) where accompanied by a participating adult. Fused workshops use 96 COE glass and compatible products. Studio tools are available for use during a workshop session.
Cancellation policy: Refunds will be issued up to one week before the workshop or course start date. A Studio credit will be issued for cancellations up to 48 hours before start date. We regret that refunds and credits cannot issued after that threshold.
There are two options available:
View our calendar here.
Visit our Workshops and Courses pages or view the Workshops and courses – Winter 2019 brochure. Registration for our latest adult art glass learning program opens on Tuesday, January 15, 2019.
Our latest offering for members is our Studio Spots learning modules page accessible from the Memberships menu. These modules showcase glass materials, techniques, and tools. Click on any applicable module link and it will launch our YouTube channel in a separate browser window. Our members have exclusive access to the entire series. Just added is a series on fusing with Mica. Stay tuned for more!
Non-members can view a sample by clicking here.