Our classes and workshops are run on a friendly and informal basis where you will learn the practical skills to complete a project and have fun doing it!
Due to other commitments, please note that we are discontinuing scheduled classes after July 2018 until further notice. You are welcome to contact us to discuss options however and we will do our best to help. If you can make up a group of 3 or more, we can arrange a class specially for you.
You definitely do not need to feel you are artistic, or have previous experience, to be able to produce great results. With lots of patterns, inspiration and advice to get you started, you will be surprised to discover just how creative you can be.
We run glass cutting and glass fusing workshops on Saturday mornings, or other days/times by arrangement. These are 2 or 3 hours long and are great to get you started and enthused.
Our weekly classes are on Thursday evenings from 6 to 8pm. You can do stained glass or glass fusing projects during these classes or maybe a bit of both! You can choose any projects that we feel you are capable of and we will guide you through the process.
Before doing stained glass in a weekly class, we do ask that you have completed a glass cutting workshop (2 hours on a Saturday). Before doing fused glass in a weekly class we require you to have completed a fused glass introduction workshop (3 hours on a Saturday).
Please note that the evening classes will only run if minimum numbers are achieved.
Read on to learn about our glass cutting and fused glass workshops…
Taking the first steps to learning how to cut glass, or looking to improve the skills you already have? This 2 hour workshop is for you. We will teach you what you need to know about handling glass and cutting it into interesting shapes.
Stained Glass Workshop
This is a one day workshop where we will teach you all the steps to creating a stained glass project in copper foil or Tiffany technique.
Glass Fusing Workshop
This is a 3 hour workshop that will introduce you to the amazing (and addictive) world of glass fusing.
Fusing glass is melting different glasses together in a kiln to create jewellery, coasters, plates and much more.