Introduction to Flame Working for Teens (14-17 years)
- January 9 - February 13, 2019 Check for other dates
- W from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, 6 sessions
- New Street Glass Studio Flameworking
- Angie McHale
- $360 Fee Breakdown
- Avoid wearing man-made fibers or open-toed shoes. it is recommended that students bring a bottle of water to class.
All glass classes take place at the Worcester Center for Crafts offsite glass facility
New Street Glass Studio, 35B New Street, Worcester, MA 01605
There are still openings remaining at this time.
Flameworking is the process of shaping glass rods and tubes into small objects over the flame of a torch. Students begin by making beads, pendants, and marbles to establish a foundation of technique. As the class progresses, projects will advance to include the creation of solid sculpture and hollow forms such as figures, flowers, holiday ornaments, and perfume bottles. Small class size and one-on-one instruction allows students to work at their own pace.
A refund is given upon request in writing at least two business days prior to first class meeting. No refunds or credits are given for student absences.
When a course or workshop is cancelled by the WCC, a full refund will be issued. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Worcester Center for Crafts generally follows the Worcester State University inclement weather policy relative to building closing and class cancellations, however there are times that evening classes, and weekend workshops differ from the Worcester State University weather policies. Click here for cancelations The Worcester Center for Crafts schedules make-up classes when possible for sequential classes.
Questions? Call us at 508.753.8183 X301