Kornbluh Design

South Salt Creek

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The history of glass and techniques for creating hand-blown artwork pop from each interactive session helmed by a nationally renowned artist

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Glass can be exquisite in its myriad forms, from the ornate windows of a Gothic cathedral to the crystalline webbing of a freshly vandalized windshield. Reflect on beauty with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $59 for a four-hour small-group (4–6 people) glassblowing class (a $120 value)
  • $325 for a four-hour private glassblowing class for four (a $720 value)

During each course, nationally lauded glass artist Marc Kornbluh delves into the history of glass as well as its physics and chemistry. He then outfits students with the knowledge and skills they'll need to create blown-glass pieces such as beads and marbles. Glass and materials are included. Classes are available weekday evenings and weekend mornings; schedule one here.

Kornbluh Designs

Marc Kornbluh knows glass. The Tisch School of the Arts graduate and renowned artist has learned to manipulate the medium until it takes on the form of just about any shape, whether it’s a cluster of flowers, a spiky fish, or a seashell perched on a smooth orb. In his humble downtown studio space, Kornbluh expertly wields torches as he melts glass into submission, creating stunning pieces that pop in craft fairs, gallery shows, and elegant doghouse foyers across the country.

Lincoln Hot Glass

Marc Kornbluh knows glass. The Tisch School of the Arts graduate and renowned artist has learned to manipulate the medium until it takes on the form of just about any shape, whether it’s a cluster of flowers, a spiky fish, or a seashell perched on a smooth orb. In their new state-of-the-art hot glass studio, Kornbluh and his fellow instructors expertly wield torches as they melt glass into submission, creating stunning pieces for galleries and collections across the country.

Customer Reviews

It get's very warm in there during the summer months. I'd do it again but in the dead of winter.
Mickie P. · July 13, 2016
Great place. Very nice people.
Jana H. · July 1, 2016
Well worth the money! This was a fun and successful class and the staff were effective in their instruction. It was great to come out of there with wearable pieces of glass!
Amaryllis I. · March 15, 2016
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    South Salt Creek

    124 S. 9th St.

    Lincoln, Nebraska 68508

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