Friday, February 26, 2010

Odds & Ends: Glass Bead Making with Lisa Kolber Inglert!

Don't miss this one-of-a-kind class with local glass bead artist Lisa Kolber Inglert! Students will create from start to finish their own Odds & Ends bracelet. Check out class details and register HERE. Space is limited so sign up today.

Check out Lisa's inspired creations on her website, Lisa will be bringing her imagination and skills to her class at Brazee Street School of Glass (SOG) on April 10, 2010.

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Friday, February 19, 2010

Meet Three of our Studio Artists! Check out the Brazee Street Studios Newsletter

Don't miss our first Studio Artist Bios, read our latest Newsletter!
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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Glass Beads!

Check out the beautiful student work from our Introduction to Glass Bead Making class this past weekend at Brazee Street School of Glass! Want to learn how to make your own? Check out our class page for upcoming bead making classes and join us for fun on the torch.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Keep warm by the torch this weekend! Sign up for Intro to Glass Bead Making Part I

Always wanted to make your own beads? Join us for Introduction to Glass Bead Making this Saturday and Sunday, February 13 & 14! Students will be guided through glass bead making basics in this intense two day course. For more details, visit the Brazee Street School of Glass Class page!

Monday, February 1, 2010

Only a few spots left in The Big Fuse: Intro to Kilnformed Glass, Sign Up Today!

Explore the possibilities of kilnformed glass this Saturday and Sunday in our extensive kilnformed glass workshop- The Big Fuse: Introduction to Kilnformed Glass. (Saturday & Sunday, February 6 & 7, 2010, Pick up and Debriefing, Thursday, February 11, 6:00pm)

This class will introduce the basics of fusing and slumping while exploring the various forms of glass. Students will learn to design with glass using stringer, frit, confetti, and rod which will culminate in the creation of their own set of fused tiles, slumped bowl and plate. We will cover the basics of safety, cutting, kiln schedules, and glass compatibility. Students will leave the class with a solid foundation of knowledge in fused and slumped glass with which to build on for years to come. This is our most basic introductory class, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.

To register online and for more information, Click Here!