An in-depth foundation course covering the principle glassmaking techniques in both the hot shop and the kiln room. Over 10 weeks you will spend equal time in these two areas of glass forming, namely five days each with glassblowing and kiln forming techniques, alongside gaining knowledge and experience in glass properties in general.
Free / SOLD OUT
Five whole days of glassmaking! Discover what this amazing material can do by spending a week with us exploring a range of glassmaking techniques including glass blowing, kiln forming and fusing as well as beadmaking and sandcasting.
£775 / SOLD OUT
Extend your glassmaking skills by spending five whole days exploring this incredible material. We look forward to welcoming back those who have been on one of classes, as well as those who have prior experience in glass and want to learn more or simply experiment. A creative, fun and action-packed week.
£775.00 / SOLD OUT
A superb introduction to 3D glass forming techniques using moulds to create unique and personal kiln cast glass pieces. You will work with a variety of materials to make models ready for casting using the “open cast” and “lost wax” methods.
£320 / Places Left: 1
There is a great freedom in the 'one off'. The practice of a maker need not involve producing multiples of one thing. This course is aimed at embracing a spontaneous approach to the initial modelling process through looking at ways to be creative with materials and taking a more spontaneous view of cold working.
£625 / Places Left: 2
Explore a variety of kiln techniques such as reactive fusing, iridescent fusing, deep fusing and other exciting ways of manipulating glass in the kiln. We will also look at slumping including drop out moulds, pot melts, as well as exploring open-faced moulds, creating form and texture for casting glass.
£400 / Places Left: 6
This three day class will enable participants to explore a variety of kiln techniques such as reactive fusing, iridescent fusing, deep fusing and other exciting ways of manipulating glass in the kiln. A more intensive course of kiln activity, which will provide participants with a thorough grounding in kiln basics as well as some more advanced techniques.