$49 for a One-Hour Mother's Day Glass-Flower-Making Workshop for One at Slow Burn Glass ($125 Value)

Oakland

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In a Nutshell

In a hands-on workshop led by practiced artists, students create vibrant glass flowers for a perfect Mother's Day gift

The Fine Print

Expires May 19th, 2014. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Half of learning is keeping an open mind; the other half is fighting the teacher for the spinny chair. Go to the head of the class with this Groupon.

The Deal

$49 for a one-hour Mother’s Day flower-making workshop for one ($125 value). Choose from the following dates:

  • Saturday, May 10
  • Sunday, May 11
  • Wednesday, May 14
  • Saturday, May 17
  • Sunday, May 18
  • See the calendar for times.

Slow Burn Glass

When he was a ceramics student, Bryan Goldenberg was struck by the softness of hot glass and the clean lines that resulted from shaping it. He switched his artistic focus in 1995 and has been creating glass art ever since, settling down in 2006 in the 2,300-square-foot Slow Burn Glass studio he designed and built. The themes of color and lines are a steady thread throughout his work, whether he's exhibiting hand-blown glass bowls in galleries throughout the country or demonstrating how to mold a multihued light fixture out of glass and firefly essence during hands-on classes.


Tips

94% of 253 customers

  • “Great studio- inspiring taste of glassblowing- great staff- good time!”

  • “This was a great experience! The staff is knowledgeable, friendly and professional. I will be back :-)”

  • “Take a class on Sunday, great parking and easy navigating!”

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    Oakland

    2690 Union St

    Oakland, California 94607

    510-832-2007

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