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Class/Workshop Details

Open Woven Dish Workshop

Open Woven Dish Workshop

Saturday (10:00 am) 05/15/21 to Saturday (2:00 pm) 05/15/21

Saturday | Includes all materials | Instructor Susan Hirsch | Register by May 12th

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


Weaving glass doesn't require a loom, but rather squares of colored glass.  Fascinating isn't it? Whether you prefer a simple, geometric or intricate pattern, the results are gorgeous!  Instructor Susan Hirsch will help you design and assemble your artwork to be fired in a glass kiln which creates the fused pattern.  Then your glass art will be shaped by "slumping" over a bowl or plate mold and fired a second time to create an open woven dish masterpiece.  Whether you prefer a palette that is monochromatic transparent, colorfully opaque, vibrant or subdued... let your imagination run wild for glass art that is uniquely yours.  No prior glass experience needed.  All materials included for one 8"x8" dish.

May 15, 2021 (Saturday)

10am - 2pm

$95, includes all materials

For all skill levels ages 15 and up

Registration Deadline:  May 12, 2021

Please note: Due to COVID-19, masks are required by everyone at all times while at the Fallbrook School of the Arts.  Our classrooms have been re-arranged to meet social distancing guidelines.  We thank you in advance for helping to keep everyone safe!

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Open Woven Dish Workshop
Open Woven Dish Workshop
Open Woven Dish Workshop
Open Woven Dish Workshop
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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