Four-Hour Glass-Art Session for One or Two at Art Glass Center of San Jose (Up to 41% Off)

Downtown San Jose

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In a Nutshell

Participants complete three projects including torch working, stained glass and fusing in a kiln during this four-hour experience

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Online reservation required. 5-day cancellation notice required. Must be 12 or older. Class option for 2 people may be redeemed on separate visits (must mention when you reserve your class time if separate or together). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $99 for a four-hour Glass Artist for the Day session for one ($165 value)
  • $195 for a four-hour Glass Artist for the Day session for two ($330 value)

Students try their hand at three techniques of glassmanship—torch working, fused glass, and stained glass—supplemented by frequent one-on-one sessions with their instructor. Along with learning about the wondrous properties of glass and sharing their design ideas with each other, students head home with a stained-glass sun catcher and either a freshly torched pendant, sculpted flower, or small animal. Students also fashion a 6-inch fused-glass tile or dish, which will be available for pickup or delivery once it has been fired in a kiln. All materials are included. Check the calendar for class times.

Art Glass Center of San Jose

After forming the San Jose Glass Artist Alliance, area artists took their creative passion one step further with the Art Glass Center of San Jose, a refracted haven where they could share their individual expertise with students. Inside the spacious, brightly lit confines, the artists instruct fledgling glassworkers on how to craft distinct pieces in the form of picture frames, coasters, and sun catchers. Following classes, students are encouraged to stay for open lab time, where they can continue working on projects while wearing their old 7th-grade-science lab coats.


Tips

  • “The patient, knowledgable instructors were great. The projects were easy enough to get done in the time given, but awesome enough that I was proud to take them home...”

    “The patient, knowledgable instructors were great. The projects were easy enough to get done in the time given, but awesome enough that I was proud to take them home to show off. I'd definitely recommend it to others!”

  • “Great group!”

  • “Lots of fun! ”

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    Downtown San Jose

    465 South 1st Street

    San Jose, California 95113

    408-971-1530

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