Learn How to Make Glass Beads Workshop
with Pauline Delaney
Learn how to make lampwork glass beads on a torch. Melt glass and manipulate the glass while hot into a bead and decorate the surface with dots, drizzle and frit. Learn to shape a bead into a square , bicone and round bead. Moulds will be available to use in the last hour of class.
Keep to simple, similar colour and small beads and you will have 10 beads for a bracelet. We can make these into jewellery in another class or make them up yourself. Beads need to be annealed to make them strong. You will have to come back and pick up your beads from the Guild of Objects or pay for postage.
Pauline Delaney is a glass artist who works in designing and making lampwork glass beads and lampwork glass jewellery for galleries. She also produces individual focal glass beads and glass lampwork bead sets for clients and jewellery makers.
Pauline’s work is represented in many private, corporate and public collections including The Corning Museum of Glass, New York, USA.
This workshop is for beginners. All equipment supplied for the two and a half hours. Burner, hand tools and protective eye-wear. Students between the ages of 13 and 16 need to be accompanied by an adult.
Please wear old clothing and of non-synthetic material.
- Learn how to make lampwork glass beads on a torch.
- Melt glass and manipulate the glass while hot into a bead and decorate the surface with dots, drizzle and frit.
- Learn to shape a bead into a square ,bicone and round bead
- All materials will be supplied.
- Expert tuition from an experienced teacher!
- Just your enthusiasm!
- All equipment supplied. Burner, hand tools and protective eye-wear.
Please wear old clothing and of non-synthetic material
Open to everyone interested!
Vendor since 2019
In the not so distant past we were able to explore and engage in a creative space within the boundaries of our domestic environment. More recently with the advent of mass produced furnishings and readily available home decor, coupled with a trend toward apartment living and the rise of the dual income family then this space for the creative endeavour within the domestic sphere has all but disappeared.
In recognition of this the Guild of Objects is a space that supports and holds space for all to pursue, source or explore their own innate creativity. The Guild provides a space for artists, craftspeople and makers to sell their products. The Guild runs workshops in a beautiful home like environment that gives everyone the opportunity to explore their own creativity and finally the Guild organises and runs design, craft and art tours to Japan, Bali and France in order to provide a forum to explore the world through a creative lens.
The Guild is a space that honours the notion of Connection through Creativity.
Connections with ones creativity, connection with ones self and connection to others through mutual pursuit.
Come and visit us at 35 Smith Street, Fitzroy 3065 Australia.
Cancellations - Guild of Objects reserves the right to cancel any scheduled workshop. The reasons this may occur are (a) if a workshop does not reach the minimum number of students or (b) an Artist or Workshop Facilitator falls ill. In the unfortunate circumstance of a workshop being cancelled, students will be notified at least 2 days before the commencement of the workshop and a credit note will be issued to be used at a later date. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds if the class is cancelled.
If you are unable to attend your workshop, please let us know within 4 days of your workshop and we will give you a credit note to be used at a later date, or transfers are available upon request. No credit notes will be issued for cancellations when less than 4 working days' notice is given.
You may be photographed at this event. Please advise us in writing prior to the workshop via email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not wish to be photographed prior to the Workshop taking place.
Cancellations - Guild of Objects reserves the right to cancel any scheduled workshop. The reasons this may occur are (a) if a workshop does not reach the minimum number of students or (b) an Artist or Workshop Facilitator falls ill. In the unfortunate circumstance of a workshop being cancelled, students will be notified at least 2 days before the commencement of the workshop and a credit note will be issued to be used at a later date. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds if the class is cancelled
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) RESPONSE
The Guild of Objects have put together an action plan to mitigate the risks from coronavirus (Covid-19).
The Guild of Objects acknowledge the health risks of people gathering together but sees events such as workshops are a vital part of our community and can continue to be a place of safety and enjoyment if everyone plays their part.
The objective of the Guild is to support Artists, Makers and Craftspeople and as such our workshops provide financial support for the artists who work with us.
At all our upcoming events we will be putting in place additional hygiene measures in order to help minimise the possibility of contamination. This will include hand washing facilities and an increase in the frequency of cleaning of shared spaces.
We have limited the number of participants at each workshop to 6 as this will ensure that we can maintain the recommended social distance between participants.
If you are ill or have been placed into home isolation the Guild will allow you to transfer into a later workshop or if you give us 48 hours’ notice we will provide a refund.
For all clients whom we are currently mentoring, we will continue to work with you. If, however you are unwell or have been placed in home isolation then we will look to using Zoom as a means of continuing your mentoring.
While we have put hygiene measures and increased our efforts to minimise contamination, attendance at our workshops is at your own risk.
We value your continued support in helping keep the Guild going during these difficult times.
Please remember that our online store remains open and will work tirelessly to ensure that there are no delays in dispatching your orders.
We will continue to update and change our policy as more information is known. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support.
Take care everyone, these are tough times for all of us and we hope that if we all work together, we can minimise the impact of all.