Glassmaking Classes at The Studio

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Tumblers: Simple Perfection

Classes

Date: 
May 28 - 30, 2021 9:00am to 4:00pm
Season: 
Spring
Technique: 
Glassblowing
Level: 
Intermediate
Duration: 
Three-Day Workshop

A tumbler is the first form that glassblowers learn, but also a form that is too often put aside by glass students as their skill sets grow. But, a well-proportioned, tapered, and thin-walled drinking glass can be a challenge for intermediate glassblowers. Producing a matching set of four is a challenge for all but the most accomplished glassworkers.

In this three-day class, students will learn different methods for creating consistent, thin-walled, matching tumblers. The class will also reinforce basic gathering, marvering and blocking skills needed for all glassblowing, and cover a variety of decorative techniques for creating unique, beautiful drinking glasses. One year of glassblowing experience is required.

For the wellbeing of all students and staff, The Studio workshops have been modified, class capacity has been reduced, and sanitizing and social distancing protocols have been introduced. Detailed information about these measures can be found on The Studio Health and Safety page.

Students registered for this class must comply with the New York State COVID-19 Travel Advisory and Museum guidelines. Because NY State strongly discourages non-essential interstate travel this class is currently only open to NY State residents. If this class is full or if you are an out-of-state resident, we encourage you to email [email protected] with your name and phone number to be added to the waiting list. A health questionnaire and temperature scan will be required before attending class. Please call +1 607.438.5100 with any questions.

$435.00
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Instructor

Powell Scott

Powell Scott is a glass artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Always fascinated with glass, he got his first taste of the medium about 15 years ago at Urban Glass and has been hooked...