WE TEACH GLASS!
WE TEACH GLASS!
Three Weeks to Learn & Create
New Classes  start every 6 weeks ( If you are on our interest list you will get a call first)
$135 Plus Glass for Each Project (About $50.00)
Two Firings Per Session are Included
Three Saturdays
:
May 29th 9:30-12:30pm
June 12th 9:30 -12:30pm
June 26th 9:30 -12:30pm

Pay Now and more info Then Call 318-742-6555 to Schedule your dates.

Fusing is both a technical pursuit for artists and an artistic pursuit for technicians. Fusing is the fastest
Growing segment of glass as an art medium. Introduction to Glass Fusing is designed for the novice who
wants to learn the basics of creating kiln-formed glass as well as for the intermediate fuser who wants to
improve their understanding of how glass changes in the kiln. Each week, we'll spend some time
discussing fusing theory and how to fire to achieve the desired results. Then we'll move forward into
cutting and assembling the weekly project using skills that were learned in that discussion. The photos
shown here are examples of your class projects. NOTE: It is not mandatory that you take the Cutting
Skills Workshop 101, but you do need to be able to cut glass. The following is a basic outline of what will
be covered in each of the three sessions:

Session 1  

•  What is Fusing?
•  Compatibility
•  Volume Control
•  Coefficient of Expansion (COE)
•  Warm Glass Processes
•  Issues - Undesirable Outcomes
•  Log Sheets
Week One Project:  Full-fused two-layer plate/bowl   (Scrunch)

Session 2  

•  Review Of Session One
•  Devitrification
•  Striking Glass
•  Reactions
•  Stress in Glass
•  Safety Equipment
•  Tools and Other Stuff
•  Safety Equipment
Week Two Project:  Stack-n-Smoosh Plate

Session 3  

•  Run the Vitrigraph Kiln
•  "Accessory" Glass
•  Frit
•  Cold Working Equipment
•  Molds
•  Maximize your molds
Week Three Project; Frit Flowers and Accessories  


These classes are the first step towards learning many more advanced techniques.   We have a
limited amount of space and can only accommodate 4 students.  
Please read our Class Policy page.

Contact Eric for more information, or to reserve your spot! For your convenience, you can also
register for this class online!

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you do not have them
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