- $50—$65 for one admission to a two-hour glassblowing class with Carlyn Ray
- Children are welcome to attend this event
- When: select dates available, June 27—August 15; each class focuses on a different glass object
- Where: Carlyn Ray Designs
- Door time: 2 p.m.
Choose from the following class topics:
- Bubble bowl
What You’ll Do
While the art of glassblowing might appear magical—changing liquid to solid, bending flames to one’s will—there are no dark arts required. Over the course of her two-hour workshop, Carlyn Ray teaches newcomers and glass buffs alike to transform the heat of fire and the clang of steel into elegant, display-worthy pieces.
Select the hues for your piece, then work with Carlyn and her team to add pizzaz to the molten glass.
Specialized tools help you easily form and mold your object into an appealing shape.
Bring It Home
After roughly five days, stop by Carlyn’s studio to pick up your cooled masterpiece.
Carlyn Ray fell under a spell the moment she first set eyes on glass as a child. From there, her passion has led her to some exciting places: the studio of Dale Chihuly, whom she worked with directly; Celebrity cruise ships with the Corning Museum of Glass, where her voice narrates the Hot Glass Show; the pages of “Best of America – Glass Artists” volumes I and II. Carlyn has trained and worked around the world and has brought her ideas and skills to Dallas. She has a team of very talented glass artists and instructors. “Glass is molten magic and we love the opportunity to share it with you!”