Tuesday, April 21, 2015


Make Glass Art this Summer at Brazee! Join us for 1, 2, 3, or 4-day glass workshops this summer for children ages 3-18. From glass fusing and story time, to flameworking glass beads on the torch, give your children an experience they won't forget.

CLICK HERE to scroll through all our glass Summer Workshops of children and to register online.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Check another one off your bucket list - Glassblowing! 6-week Beginning Glassblowing Workshop Starts April 23

Beginning Glassblowing I - Thursday Night Session, April-May

Date(s): Thursday nights for six-weeks
Thursday, April 23 - Thursday, May 28, 2015
Time(s): 6:00-9:00pm
Experience glass blowing for the first time. Students in this six-week workshop will experience a range of glass blowing techniques designed to inspire and orient them to the creative possibilities in blown glass. Students will learn to create a variety of glass forms, including paperweights, ornaments, cups, bowls, and more. Hot shop safety, form, and etiquette are stressed throughout the workshop.
Class size is limited, providing an intimate learning environment for our students.
Please arrive 10 minutes early and check in at front desk the first day of class.

 - Thursday nights, 6-9pm:
CLICK HERE for more info and to register online. 

Monday, April 6, 2015

OPEN STUDIOS is Back! Friday, April 10, 6-9pm - FREE + Open to the Public

Join us as we kick-off our Open Studios Events for 2015!

FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 6-9pm
-Browse over 30 professional artist studios
-Enjoy LIVE Glassblowing Demonstrations
-Celebrate the Opening Reception of "WORD IMAGE OBJECT" a group exhibition by Miami University Department of Art
-Listen to world renown glass artist Kristina Logan give an Artist Talk

Don't miss it! All events Friday, 4/10, FREE + OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Parents! Bring Your Child to Make Glass Art at Brazee This Summer - Workshops Posted Online

Online now - Registration OPEN

1 day, 3-4 day, 2-hour workshops all available in glass fusing, kilncasting, and flameworking.
CLICK HERE - scroll down and register online for the class that works for you.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

MORE "Glassblowing Greatest Hits" Classes Online!

Ask and you shall receive! We have added even MORE sessions of our popular "Glassblowing Greatest Hits" class to the calendar. Click below for upcoming sessions. Space is limited, register today.

and more.. Click for all comprehensive class listings. 

Monday, March 9, 2015

Learn to Create Glass Beads on the Torch - "Introduction to Glass Beadmaking" this Saturday + Sunday

Introduction to Glass Beadmaking Part I

Date(s):  Saturday + Sunday, March 14 + 15, 2015
Time(s):  9am-12pm each day
Introduction to Glass Bead Making Part I
Beginning Level
Come make BEADS with us! Students will learn the basics of bead making, participating in an art form with nearly 30,000 years of history. Using Carlisle torches and Bullseye compatible glass, students will learn how to create round beads, square beads, and dot beads as they build comfort and control on the torch. This class will also cover general safety guidelines and bead cleaning.

$225 tuition - CLICK HERE to register online.
Cancellations must be made 48 hours before class for refund of deposit.

Monday, March 2, 2015

C-LINK Gallery - OPENING RECEPTION - Friday, March 6 - "Discover" by Susan Byrnes, 6-8pm


Susan Byrnes
C-LINK Gallery (formerly gallery One One)
March 6, 6-8pm 
Artist Talk - 7pm

In 2014, Cincinnati artist Susan Byrnes received one of five fellowships granted by the City’s Cincinnati Art Ambassador Fellowships Program to fund the creation of artwork for an exhibition project titled DISCOVER.
The completed project will be premiered on Friday, March 6th, in C-LINK Gallery at Brazee Street Studios. 
DISCOVER is an art exhibition that combines glass, sound, and science. Inspired by research images, publication texts, and interviews with molecular biologists from Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center. DISCOVER explores the process and wonder of scientific discovery through a creative lens. The exhibition will include sound compositions that incorporate comments from scientists in response to questions such as, “is the moment of discovery a moment of epiphany?”, “how does risk and failure impact how you pursue new ideas?”, and “do you consider what you do to be creative?”. Blown and cast glass sculptures inspired by tools used in the science lab create a visual environment for the sound. A video installation will project larger than life images derived from research images made on a confocal microscope.
The opening reception, talk, and exhibition are free and open to the public.