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Class/Workshop Details

Glass Weaving Workshop

Glass Weaving Workshop

Saturday (10:00 am) 07/24/21 to Saturday (1:00 pm) 07/24/21

Saturday | Includes All Materials | Instructor Susan Hirsch | Register by July 21

Fallbrook School of the Arts
310 E. Alvarado St., Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6383 | email
In Historic Downtown Fallbrook


Join Instructor Susan Hirsch and learn how to weave glass into a beautiful work of art!  Have fun as you learn how to cut straight pieces of opaque or transparent colored glass and thread them into a base of pre-slumped (shaped) glass strips.  The color combination possibilities are endless!  Susan will show you how to incorporate "stringers" and "noodles" to add depth and intricacies to your weave.  The secret to achieving spectacular results is firing the art at a lower temperature in the kiln so the weave texture is maintained throughout the piece.  Finished work is approximately 6"x 6".  If you'd like to turn your creation into a basket or plate, we can fire it a second time over a mold for an additional $10 due at the workshop.  Beginners welcome!  No prior experience required.

July 24, 2021 (Saturday)

10am - 1pm

$75 - Includes All Materials and One Kiln Firing

For All Skill Levels - Adults

Registration Deadline:  July 21, 2021

Fallbrook Arts, Inc. Covid Policy Update 6/24/21:  If you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required.  Otherwise, masks are required at all times at the Fallbrook School of the Arts.

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Age Group(s):
All Skill Levels
Susan Hirsch

Susan Hirsch

Staff Instructor

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Monday - Saturday
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Closed Sunday & major holidays

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