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Kathrine N.
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Report | 6 days ago
We had a great time. Would definitely recommend it.
Kristy H.
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Report | 9 days ago
This was a wonderful experience and Aaron and his team were so helpful and knowledgeable. I will be back and I'll bring more friends!
Carol W.
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Report | 19 days ago
LOVED our experience! We would do it again in a heartbeat!
Janet M.
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Report | a month ago
It was a blast but do be aware when you get there if you want to make a larger piece it cost extra up to $100.00. Lots of fun!
Julia W.
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Report | a month ago
You get to choose from 4 different designs- vase, bowl, garden ornament or paper weight. I chose the "smooshed" vase that's flat on two sides. And you pick two colors-mine were white and azure blue. The results were beautiful! Highly recommend!
Gabrielle S.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Bring gloves and full shoes as you are in front of a very hot furnace making glass. So much fun and Aaron is so patient when teaching. A great experience!
Janelle
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Report | a month ago
Very warm inside only due to nature of what you're doing but very interesting to watch and do. Fun and can't wait to go back!
Shaun S.
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Report | 2 months ago
An amazing experience. Aaron and his staff were wonderful engaging teachers.
Nicole F.
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Report | 2 months ago
My husband and I had a wonderful date night here! Highly recommended! Where clothing to protect skin. Those furnaces are hot!
Kelly S.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Awesome! Wear sunglasses and wear cool clothes cause it's HOT!
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For 13 years, Aaron Tate was a guest artist at the Tacoma Museum of Glass, where he built his reputation as an expert glass blower and artist. Manipulating his medium through blowing, casting, and sculpting, Aaron has created a treasure trove of delicate glass vases and birds, which he displays in galleries throughout Seattle and Dallas and presses his face against when the air conditioning isn’t working. Also a former head instructor at Seattle Glassblowing Studio, Aaron imparts others with his artistic talents through regular classes, which demonstrate the techniques for molding amorphous globs of glass into crystalline bowls that hold amorphous blobs of mashed potatoes.

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