Glass Fusing & Slumping for Regulars (Adults Only)



Description

Glass Classes are for Adults only.

Working with glass (A rigid liquid) is really wonderful. The ideas and opportunities are fascinating and boundless.

Ideas for other techniques during the term.

Pressed Glass 

Using Billets

Designing an ornament or jewellery piece for a 'tack fuse' only.

'Drawing' on glass using frits and special paints.

 'Cold Combing' using liquid glass or Enamels to create & design your own piece of glass. 

 Using Fibre materials with System 96, 4mm glass. 

 Experimenting with RECYCLED glass.

And anything else by popular demand.

Drop vases can be done at any time - additional costs apply ($75).

2 Weeks Intensive -materials & firings inclusive $185  followed by

7 Weeks  Continuaion classes $210  glass & firings not inclusive. 

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Class Schedule

Duration: 2 1/2 Hours 10am-12.30pm 6.30pm-9pm

What you will learn
  • Basics of Glass Fusing & Slumping
  • Enhance one's own creativity!
What you will get
  • Price covers use of studio, grinder, saw, paints etc. and more.
  • Does not cover glass, some fibre materials or firings. FIRINGS : $10 p/shelf ; $5 p/half shelf.

What to bring
  • Your thirst for knowledge
  • Details to follow
What to wear

Casual. Closed shoes

Appropriate for

A Level 1 Workshop needs to be completed before one can attend regular classes or specialize workshops.


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Art 4 All

Vendor sincce 2015

See Website for all details

www.art4all.net.au or 

Google:- potterypennyandglass

Born in South Africa, I have now been living in Australia for over 20 years.

The first time I touched clay would've been when I was about 10 years old, and went for lessons with my mum. At 12, I wanted to learn the wheel so then joined a different studio. After leaving school I studied art for a few years. I then went on to become a professional photographer where I ran my own photographic portrait studio for more than 13 years.

Soon after Immigrating, I had 2 children and was a full time mum. Once they were both at Kinder/School, it was not too hard for me to decide what to do next... My mother had been a potter and glass artist for many years and there was almost a complete pottery studio which was just waiting for me to take over. Our garage at home (both in South Africa then Australia) had been turned into a studio where I was always welcome and happy. And have indeed been very happy teaching in that studio for over 12 years now.

Having incorporated glass with ceramics in the past, it now seemed like a good time and natural transition to start glass fusing and slumping classes..

I consider myself incredibly fortunate to do what I do. It is my passion. It is my job. And I love going to work!!!

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Cancelation & Refund Policy

Deposits are non refundable.

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Terms & Conditions

  1. A Deposit is required to secure your place, this is deducted off the total fee.  
  2. Deposits are non refundable.
  3. Places may potentially not be held without deposits.
  4. Work done at home shall incur firing costs.
  5. Students who are not continuing and have 'left-over' work which needs firing, need to pay firing costs. 
  6. Make-up classes can only be done if 24 hours notice is given & depending on space availability.
  7. No more than 2 make-ups p/person p/term.
  8. No credits carried through to the following term.
  9. Students are liable for breakages, spillages or any damage that may occur to equipment - particularly electrical.
  10. All terms & conditions are subject to change without notice.
  11. We reserve the right to sell or dispose of any pieces that have been left in the studio for over 6 months.
  12. As in any studio, there can be elements of surprise, both good and not so good. Every care and precaution is taken, but things can and do happen with kiln work. Expect the unexpected, it can often be better.

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