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    Intro to Enameling

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    If regular jewelry just doesn't make the cut for you, why not try your hand at making your own! In this four hour workshop, you'll learn how to enamel using both torch and kiln methods. Become familiar with all the basic aspects of making enamel jewelry, including templates, adhering silver leaf and other metals, stamp and roll patterns for champlevé, and melting glass beads into the enamel. By the end of this class, you will have made two personalized, hand-crafted pendants to show as proof of your new skills!
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    Intro to Enameling

    24 Porter St, Jamaica Plain

    • Explore the basics of working with enamel in a fun and educational introductory workshop
    • Learn basic techniques including templates, adhering metals, and pattern stamping
    • Practice both torch and kiln methods of enameling for skills that will last a lifetime
    • Leave with two hand-crafted and personalized pendants as souvenirs
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    Dinner Ware: Glass Plate Making

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    Delve into the word of glass fusing by creating the most traditional form: the plate. In this two-day workshop you'll gain hands-on training on how to form glass in the kiln, create colorful and eye-catching designs, apply color to glassware, and cut your pieces using straight lines and curves. Let your imagination run free as you create and design your own beautifully handcrafted dinnerware pieces. Not only will this course allow you to walk away with unique pieces of artwork made completely by you, but you'll also gain the skills and knowledge to create more once it's over!
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    Dinner Ware: Glass Plate Making

    123 Terrace St, Boston

    • Learn the principles behind fusing glass by creating your own unique dinnerware
    • Gain training in glass forming, design, color applications and cutting techniques
    • Walk away with beautiful handcrafted dinnerware as well as the skills to create more
    • No experience necessary
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    Glassblowing TEEN CAMP - 4 day Summer Intensives

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    Teens who are interested in working in a team atmosphere with a lot of physical activity will enjoy working in the glass blowing shop. Diablo's experienced instructors will guide teens through a series of demonstrations and hands-on exercises to build their understanding of the medium. There is a three students to one instructor ratio in the hot shop to ensure safety and plenty of individual instruction. First, students will learn basic glass manipulation by creating a paperweight. They will move on to learn how to introduce air into the piece to create a bubble. From there, students can make glasses and small vases. In the afternoon students will move into the kiln forming studio. There they will assemble pieces of glass that they will heat in the kiln to create a fused piece of glass. Their first assignment will be to make some pendants. They will learn basic glass cutting techniques, along with kiln forming and color theory to create coasters and plates.
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    Glassblowing TEEN CAMP - 4 day Summer Intensives

    123 Terrace St, Boston

    • Students will learn how to gather, shape, manipulate and add color to molten glass
    • Learn how to work in a team with other students to create unique glass piece
    • Spend 4 consecutive days learning about a variety of techniques, creating your own cups, paperweights and sculpture
    • Walk away from the class with a several pieces of artwork that are completely your own.
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    Fused Glass 101

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    This two-day long hands-on workshop will teach you the basics of creating your own glass artwork, including several necklace pendants, coasters, ornaments, suncatchers, tiles and a fused and slumped plate or bowl. Under careful instruction you'll design and customize your unique creations with colorful glass pieces and powders. Here, gain in-depth training on creating fused glass pieces by forming glass in the kiln. Additionally, learn all of the fundamentals of glass fusing, including glass cutting, kiln forming theory, tack-fusing and an introduction to all of the necessary tools. Once you've completed the course you'll walk away with beautiful, handcrafted pieces made completely by you, along with the skills to help you create many more.
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    Fused Glass 101

    123 Terrace St, Boston

    • Learn the principles behind fusing glass in this two-day long creative workshop
    • Make your own pendants, coasters, ornaments and dinnerware using colorful glass
    • Utilize glass powders and pieces to customize your creation
    • Gain training in the fundamentals of glass fusing to create your own unique piece of artwork
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    Fusing with Iridescent Glass & Decorative Etching

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    Create your own beautiful piece of artwork with this two-day hands-on workshop that will teach you the basics of fusing, glass etching and slumping. Beginning with iridescent glass, you'll form a fused glass piece that will eventually become a plate or bowl. Further customize your piece by cutting out a design and using sandblasting techniques to etch a pattern into the glass. Lastly, you'll learn how to fire-polish your piece for a beautiful, gleaming finish and form it into a three dimensional object. Learn the fundamentals of glass fusing and decorative etching while creating your own unique piece of artwork.
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    Fusing with Iridescent Glass & Decorative Etching

    123 Terrace St, Boston

    • Learn the fundamentals of glass techniques while creating your own unique piece
    • Gain training in glass fusing, etching and slumping to customize and shape your artwork
    • Walk away with a beautifully handcrafted glass sculpture as well as the skills to create more
    • No experience necessary
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    Glass Judaica Class: Menorahs, Seder and Challah Plates

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    Looking to add a handcrafted heirloom to your home decor? You could scour the flea markets and antique stores and shell out big bucks for something that somebody else made ... Or you could go DIY with this introductory glass workshop! You'll be working towards creating a menorah, or a seder or challah plate, assembling your chosen project piece by piece. In the process, you'll learn techniques used by Judaic artists for thousands of years, including fusing, slumping, and essential kiln forming theory. The end result will be stunning piece that will grace your home for years to come! Pretty glassy, huh?
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    Glass Judaica Class: Menorahs, Seder and Challah Plates

    123 Terrace St, Boston

    • Learn to make a decorative glass piece during an introductory craftsmanship workshop
    • Work with a kiln and learn to fuse and slump glass into a desired form
    • Finish the class with a menorah and seder or challah plate
    • Enhance your artistic skills and bring out your creative side
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    Flame Working TEEN CAMP- 4 day Summer Intensives

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    Flame working takes glass into a small and delicate world, teens interested in focusing on color and fine details will enjoy the flame studio. In this class, teens will learn how to make beautiful glass beads using a stationary bench torch. They will be working on a mandrel, using soft glass to build colorful glass pieces. After a discussion of studio set-up and safety, demonstrations will introduce students to the use of heat and gravity to shape molten glass. Techniques such as dot application, marvering, stringers, annealing and bead cleaning, will all be covered. In the afternoon students will move into the kiln forming studio. Here they will assemble pieces of glass that they will heat in the kiln to create a fused piece of glass. Their first assignment will be to make some pendants. They will learn basic glass cutting techniques, along with kiln forming and color theory to create coasters and plates.
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    Flame Working TEEN CAMP- 4 day Summer Intensives

    123 Terrace St, Boston

    • Learn how to melt and manipulate, shape and color molten glass at a bench torch
    • 4 consecutive days of class time will allow studentd to receive a comprehensive introduction to the art of flame working
    • Create your own, unique glass pieces
    • No experience necessary
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    21 positive reviews

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