GLASS FUSING


Glass Fusing Workshop  (c) Stained Glass Museum

Glass Fusing Workshop


One day Colour Glass Fusing Workshop with Michelle Mativi


Upcoming Dates
For upcoming workshop dates visit our What's On page.

Location
The Stained Glass Museum workshop - South Transept Triforium, Ely Cathedral, CB7 4DL

Directions
The Stained Glass Museum is located in Ely Cathedral. It is accessed by a stone spiral staircase (40 stairs). As the Museum won’t be open when you arrive, please wait at the entrance door where someone will come and greet you and let you in. If this is your first visit to the Museum, our entrance is found through the main (west) door of the Cathedral and then turn right past the font.

Half day Colour Glass Fusing Workshop with Michelle Mativi


This shorter-half day workshop is an introduction to glass fusing.

Upcoming Dates
For upcoming workshop dates visit our What's On page.

Venue
The Stained Glass Museum workshop - South Transept Triforium, Ely Cathedral, CB7 4DL

Directions
The Stained Glass Museum is located in Ely Cathedral. It is accessed by a stone spiral staircase (40 stairs). As the Museum won’t be open when you arrive, please wait at the entrance door where someone will come and greet you and let you in. If this is your first visit to the Museum, our entrance is found through the main (west) door of the Cathedral and then turn right past the font.

About the One-Day Workshop


Glass Fusing  (c) Stained Glass Museum

Glass Fusing

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 techniques you will be introduced to will include fusing clear and coloured glass using fritt, confetti, stringers, noodles and some metal inclusions, with special emphasis on the construction of designs.

Lunch: There will be a break for lunch. Lunch is not provided, but there are many nearby cafes and sandwich shops or you can bring a packed lunch.

In the afternoon students will continue to work on their design and make 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.

Your glass will need to be kiln-fired after the workshop is finished. This process takes 24 hours and will usually takes place on the following day because someone needs to be on the premises during firing. Once your fused artwork has been kiln-fired and cooled, we will contact you to let you know it is ready for collection.

What to bring: The Cathedral can be cold so please wear warm clothing. Tea and coffee will be provided.

Cost: £95 per person including materials, equipment and tuition

Friends of the Museum receive 10% discount
Suitable for age 18+

how to book: Please contact us for further details or to book a place on this workshop.

Meet the Tutor


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Jill Fordham found her medium when she studied Stained Glass at Wrexham Art College 30 years ago. She went on to set up her own Stained Glass Business in Cambridge, taking commissions from private clients and exhibiting her own work regularly, often with Cambridge Open Studios. She is currently a part of the artist collective “Cambridge Art Salon”, an artist’s collective and shared studio space in Cambridge. She has also taught Stained Glass to all age groups ranging from 4 upwards for the past 20 years and has worked as a community artist and art teacher. She enjoys following her own inspiration as much as encouraging and inspiring other’s creativity. The glass techniques she works with are leading, copper foiling, fusing, slumping, and glass painting. As an artist, she loves the vibrancy and luminosity of glass and the range of possibilities it offers as a medium to work in.


Reviews


"I really appreciated the tutor's input, quite comprehensive to start with but later standing back but being available if needed."

Anna Garvie, 30/04/2017

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Refunds & Cancellations

For cancellations made more than 28 days in advance we offer a full refund or one free date change.
For cancellations made between 14 and 28 days in advance we will offer a 50% refund or allow one free date change.

For cancellations made less than 14 days in advance we are unable to offer a refund or date change on workshop places, although you are welcome to transfer the booking to someone else.

If a date change has already been requested we cannot offer a refund on a subsequent cancellation.

We are unable to refund workshops paid for using workshops vouchers.

Please bear in mind that the Stained Glass Museum is a registered charity (No.1169842) and in order to operate successfully it’s important that we adhere to this policy.


Cancellation of courses by the Museum
Under rare or exceptional circumstances the Museum may have to cancel workshops. If a cancellation is necessary, we will do our utmost to contact you by phone or email as soon as possible before the workshop is held. You will be offered either a full refund or the option to transfer their booking to an alternative date/workshop. Please note The Stained Glass Museum is not liable for any costs associated with travel or accommodation. Please bear this in mind when booking travel or accommodation in advance.

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