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Cathleen A.
Report | 4 months ago
Chris is an awesome instructor
Report | 5 months ago
AWESOME class - tons of fun & a great learning experience!
Josh W.
Report | 5 months ago
The instructor was amazing along with the flameworking experience!
Stephanie D.
Report | 6 months ago
Great class, more than just making bead, very informative about the glass industry overall. Cindy was a great instructor, I will be taking the stage two bead making class with her. Easy to fiind.
Linda K.
Report | 6 months ago
Fabulous class. Super instructor, plenty of materials to work with. This isn't a criticism, but it would be great if they had a service where you paid for postage and could address a little padded envelope so they could mail your finished beads back to you. I had an hour's drive to the class and this would have been a great little service.
Candy C.
Report | 7 months ago
Great fun!
Report | 8 months ago
Bought for my son. He learned a lot and she was very nice. The only down side is they were hard to get a hold of to schedule the class.
Yvette M.
Report | 8 months ago
Great people here. Will take more classes for sure!
Cathy C.
Report | 11 months ago
This was fun and informative. Even though I have never been artistic, I ended up with some beautiful things all thanks to our great instructor Chris.
Christine J.
Report | a year ago
What a great training facility and friendly, helpful, knowledgeable staff! I highly recommend this training to anyone interested in learning the art of glass as a hobby or as a career. My teenager had a great time, learned a lot, and is very motivated to attend more sessions. Thanks to Groupon and Glasscraft for quality and affordable training.
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Homer Hoyt founded the glass-arts school Glasscraft in 1970, the same year he penned the book Glassblowing: An Introduction to Solid and Blown Glass Sculpturing. Both creations have aged well: his book remains in print, and his school, staffed by qualified instructors who teach the intricate art of molding glass, continues to thrive. Inside safe, clean studios, students learn to decorate the surface of beads with swirls of color and create sculptures with solid insides perfect for concealing genies from jealous family members. Guest artists often visit the school to lead workshops centered around their specialization.

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