Students learn the basics of using a furnace to transform red-hot molten glass into paperweights or ornaments.
About This Deal
Choose from Three Options
- $46.50 for an introductory glass-blowing class for one ($80 value)
- $89 for an introductory glass-blowing class for two ($160 value)
- $178 for an introductory glass-blowing class for four ($320 value)
In each session, up to four students learn the basics of using molten glass to shape a bauble with proper exhaling and spinning techniques. New students begin by learning hot-shop safety and etiquette. By the end of each class, students will have turned amorphous crystals into paperweights or Christmas ornaments.
About Daggett Glass Studio
With 28 years of experience in glass blowing, Dan Daggett knows how to carefully work with red-hot glass as it glows and twists in a furnace. At his Loveland studio, Daggett spins vases, perfume bottles, bowls, paperweights, sculptures, and platters, and he leads classes to share his craft with aspiring glass blowers. During classes, he introduces pupils to the basics of working with liquid glass and the required safety measures. While you’re in the studio, you’ll be able to take a peek at Dan’s own work—like artistic vases and sleek paperweights ideal for keeping kites from violating house arrest.