Private Glass Shop for Martha S
March 28 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
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This is a private glass lesson set up for Martha Steeves
This is a private glass lesson set up for Martha SteevesFlameworking is an old-world technique that sculpts glass using gravity and the flame of a bench torch. What to expect in this three-hour Tool Training: students will receive an introduction to tools, materials, safety training and shop etiquette. Instructional demonstration and supervised hands-on torch time will teach fundamental techniques of manipulating borosilicate (hard) glass. Closed-toe shoes and natural fiber clothing are required.
Successful completion of this course will result in certification of Technocopia members to independently use the tools directly covered in the course.Private Tool Trainings, Skill-Building Classes and Artisan Workshops are also available by appointment. For questions and scheduling please contact the Glass Shop Steward, Molly Jackson. https://technocopia.squarespace.com/email-molly-jacksonThe glass shop and its classes are for ages 12 or older only. Ages 12-17 must be accompanied by an adult guardian. Please visit https://technocopia.org/directions for more information about getting to and parking around Technocopia.Review our class cancellations and refund policies here: http://technocopia.org/class-policiesAbout This Instructor
Molly Jackson is Technocopia’s Glass Shop steward. She studied Flameworking at The Worcester Center for Crafts. Currently she offers classes both there and at Technocopia. Since 2003 her glass jewelry has been featured in international and domestic magazines (Vogues, Women’s Wear Daily, Harper’s Bazaar, Glass Quarterly, Modern Bride and many more), runways from Manhattan’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week to Osaka, Japan, celebrities (Britney Spears, Ozzy Osborn and more) and sold in boutiques around the globe. 2015 brought her into a new venture of glass sculpture and installations. Most recently her pieces were accepted into the “Now! New Works, New Artists” exhibit.