One day Glass Fusing Workshop with Sarah Hunt
Saturday 1 November 2014 - NOW FULLY BOOKED
To be held in the Stained Glass Museum workshop- South Transept Triforium, Ely Cathedral
The workshop will have a maximum of six students, allowing for ample individual as well as group tuition.
During the morning session the tutor will explain the principles and theory of glass cutting, fusing and firing, explaining the various terms and stages used in fusing glass.
The techiques will include fusing clear and coloured glass using fritt, confetti, stringers, noodles and metal inclusions, with special emphasis on the construction of designs. This will be followed by students designing and making small glass items of their choice, such as tiles, coasters, jewellery or decorative hangings.
The tutor will provide examples of the different techniques, processes, fittings and results for students to handle and examine, but the emphasis of the workshop will remain on the creative designs that students can achieve by themselves, ensuring that every student will have an enjoyable and rewarding day.
Cost: £75 per person
including materials, equipment and tuition
(Friends of the Museum receive 10% discount)
Please ring or email workshops at The Museum for further
details. See our contact page.
Terms and Conditions: Please note if you cancel
or change your date up to the last 7 days
before the workshop you will be subject to a £10
administration fee. The full fee becomes non-refundable in the last
week if you cancel.