Glassblowing Intensive - 12 classes + 2 private lessons + weekly blow slot


Glassblowing Intensive - 12 classes + 2 private lessons + weekly blow slot


This is the perfect opportunity for the serious artist or seasoned hobbyist to take their glassblowing practice to a new level. This very affordable glassblowing intensive will comprise several aspects of glassblowing education that will allow students to move their work and skills in the direction of their choosing. 

The Glassblowing Intensive is comprised of:

  • 12 weeks of class with experienced, professional glass artists: Mondays, 6-9pm, 1/28/19 - 4/29/19 (skip the weeks of 2/18 & 3/25)

  • Weekly Blow Slot - You will share a 2-3 hour blow slot with the other Intensive students to work independently each week, starting the fifth week of class (8 blow slots total); this will be scheduled based on the group and the Studio's mutual availability. The length of blow slot is dependent on the number of intensive students sharing the time. You will take turns assisting and being assisted with the other intensive students.

  • Private Lessons - You will receive two, 2 hour private lessons (4 hours of private instruction total) with the instructor of your choice, and scheduled based on mutual availability.

  • Additionally, you will receive your own locker in the studio (for clothing, tools, supplies, etc.) for the duration of the class.


All tools and basic materials are included in the class fee. Specialty color and tools not regularly available in the studio must be purchased by student. Please view our Rules & Terms of Use here.


*When taking a class with us, we can only guarantee that you will experience working in a glass studio and learn in your class, and cannot guarantee that you will always take home work. Every effort is made both during class and after to assist each student in creating work, preserving and labeling all work made in every class. However, it is always possible that a piece can break while being made, break in the kiln, or can accidentally be broken while in storage. It is also possible that work can be accidentally mislabeled and picked up by another student.

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