Everlasting Fire Studio

Lampwork Glass Studio in Lincoln Square

Tubing I: Basics

75.00
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Tubing I: Basics

75.00

Looking to expand your glass skills?  Then working hollow may be the answer and this class will get you a great start.  The first step in most hollow work is preparing a blank to use.  Topics and class demos include cutting and fire polishing tubing, followed by blank preparation.  Once demos are complete you will hop on the torch and make your own blanks to keep for future use. 
All materials are included. 

2 hours, $75.

Prerequisite:  At least 2 beginning or intermediate glass classes or permission of instructor.

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Looking to expand your glass skills?  Then working hollow may be the answer and this class will get you a great start.  The first step in most hollow work is preparing a blank to use.  Topics and class demos include cutting and fire polishing tubing, followed by blank preparation.  Once demos are complete you will hop on the torch and make your own blanks to keep for future use. 
All materials are included. 

2 hours, $75.

Prerequisite:  At least 2 beginning or intermediate glass classes or permission of instructor.

Studio Policy:

-Students are required to wear close-toed shoes while working in the shop.
-Please wear all natural clothing (cotton), avoid heavy synthetics while working with hot glass.
-Safety glasses need to be worn while working with glass. Those with prescription lenses are encouraged to wear contacts if possible.
-If making larger items (like ornaments) please bring packing material like bubblewrap, newspaper, etc to bring your work home in.
-Students are welcome to bring beverages with them to studio. Hydration is important!