Family Fused Glass Fish (Ages 8+)
|Dates:||March 8, 2024|
|Meets:||F from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM|
|Location:||25 Sagamore Road Rm. 115|
There are still openings remaining at this time.
Let's create the fused glass fish and other underwater creatures! You will learn about the basics of cutting and shaping glass for fusing and make 1 or 2 creatures that will be available for pick-up a few days later after firing. All materials are included. No experience is necessary.
Please wear natural fibers (cotton, linen, wool, etc.) and closed-toe shoes.
This course is for one child (ages 8+) and one adult. The additional child fee will allow one adult to work with two children.
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|Course Fee (Basic)||Adult and Child Registration||$ 160.00|
|Optional Fee||Additional Child||$ 60.00|
25 Sagamore Road Rm. 115Glass and Enamels Studio
"My journey as an artist has been informed by my experience growing up in Japan - the nexus of a profound, traditional past in co-existence and interaction with an energetic, hyper-modern future. My choice of glass as a medium reflects my experience: it is both rooted in traditional techniques while at the same time projecting a modern materiality. I want to capture this reality in my work, balancing the old and the new, honoring tradition and innovation, exploring past and future."