Welcome Guest      Help   |   Login

Find a Course

 Links

Glass

Course Details

Saturday, Nov 11 | 9am-12pm
ages 18+ | Off-Campus | 2017/CF-GLAS-0610 ( Class is Full )
1 session | 3 contact hours | tuition $130 | lab fee $15


Description

Nothing quite captures holiday sparkle more than a dazzling, individually crafted glass ornament. Beauty fuses with functionality in this workshop, as students learn the intricacies of the glass medium through demonstrations and hands-on experience. Under the guidance of a skilled artisan, students master the basics of glass and are quickly able to make many samples and experiment with color, size and pattern. The end results make keepsake gifts or sparkly elements in a personal collection. Note: Class meets at an off-campus location; directions are sent to registered participants.


Instructor
  • Name: Bill Riker (Bio)
Course Details

Saturday, Nov 18 | 9am-12pm
ages 18+ | Off-Campus | 2017/CF-GLAS-0610-02
1 session | 3 contact hours | tuition $130 | lab fee $15


Description

Nothing quite captures holiday sparkle more than a dazzling, individually crafted glass ornament. Beauty fuses with functionality in this workshop, as students learn the intricacies of the glass medium through demonstrations and hands-on experience. Under the guidance of a skilled artisan, students master the basics of glass and are quickly able to make many samples and experiment with color, size and pattern. The end results make keepsake gifts or sparkly elements in a personal collection. Note: Class meets at an off-campus location; directions are sent to registered participants.


Instructor
  • Name: Bill Riker (Bio)
Course Details

Saturday, Oct 28 | 9am-1pm
ages 18+ | Off-Campus | 2017/CF-GLAS-0599 ( Class is Full )
1 session | 4 contact hours | tuition $160


Description

If you have ever been curious about the fascinating medium of glassblowing, but haven't had the time to commit to a longer course, this comprehensive beginning-level introduction is an ideal option. Over the course of the intensive session, students are introduced to all the forming techniques covered in the extended courses, including the traditional tools used, the initial glassblowing preparation, and how to create finished pieces. The small class size enables students to make a number of different objects including glasses, vases and paperweights. Emphasis is on finished work. Students also come away from this hands-on action-packed workshop with a solid understanding of the history of the glassblowing process. Note: Class meets at an off-campus location; directions are sent to registered participants.


Instructor
  • Name: Bill Riker (Bio)
Course Details

Saturday, Nov 4 | 9am-1pm
ages 18+ | Off-Campus | 2017/CF-GLAS-0599-02 ( Class is Full )
1 session | 4 contact hours | tuition $160


Description

If you have ever been curious about the fascinating medium of glassblowing, but haven't had the time to commit to a longer course, this comprehensive beginning-level introduction is an ideal option. Over the course of the intensive session, students are introduced to all the forming techniques covered in the extended courses, including the traditional tools used, the initial glassblowing preparation, and how to create finished pieces. The small class size enables students to make a number of different objects including glasses, vases and paperweights. Emphasis is on finished work. Students also come away from this hands-on action-packed workshop with a solid understanding of the history of the glassblowing process. Note: Class meets at an off-campus location; directions are sent to registered participants.


Instructor
  • Name: Bill Riker (Bio)
  • Prev
  • Next