Create your own fused glass dish using a kiln at Foci Minnesota Center for Glass Arts.
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Create a unique 5x5 in. square glass dish by cutting, shaping, and layering a variety of colored sheet glass pieces!
An instructor will explain the safety, equipment, tools, and how to cut & decorate sheet glass. This hands-on Glass Discovery class lasts 1.5 hours. You may be scheduled with others and group sizes are limited to 6 people. Please note that this is NOT a glassblowing experience.
- Duration: 1.5 hours
- Availability: Saturdays and Sundays. You may need to make a reservation 2-4 weeks in advance if you have slim availability.
- Group Size: Limited to 6 people per session.
- Age Limit: Minimum age of 9 years old along with a participating parent or guardian.
- Project Pickup: You must come back to pick up your piece 1 week following your class once it is cooled off.
For larger group outings, visit our Glass Socials page on our website: www.mnglassart.org/glass-socials-private-events
For other available Glass Discovery classes visit our website at: www.mnglassart.org/glass-discoveries
Please note that this is NOT a glassblowing experience, but a class in glass fusing!
About Minnesota Center for Glass Art Gallery
Foci Minnesota Center for Glass Arts (MCGA) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the education and exhibition of glass arts. Their building hosts a glass studio, education center, and dedicated exhibition space. Member-supported and staffed by member-artists, Foci offers advanced glass classes, where their expert instructors teach students a wide range of styles and techniques. They provide hands-on glass experiences for individuals, couples, and groups as well as narrated demonstrations of hot glass art. Artists use their facilities to create unique works that are displayed and sold in their gallery. The gallery and studio are free to visit and open to the public seven days a week. Foci MCGA provides opportunities for advanced learning through their glass education curriculum, where the expert instructors teach students a wide range of styles and techniques. Through these efforts, they seek to engage the local community and establish their studio in Minneapolis as a premier destination for the appreciation of glass arts.