Glass-blowing classes teach students to appreciate glass’s fragility as a medium, reliability as a vessel, and courageousness as a barrier between wild cats and gawking zoogoers. Explore a multifaceted art form with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $99 for a four-hour Introduction to Glass Blowing 1 course (a $220 value). Make basic items such as frit pendants, gravity marbles, blown ornaments, or swizzle sticks.
- $99 for a four-hour Introduction to Glass Blowing 2 course (a $220 value). Make an implosion marble, a jar or shot glass, or a perfume bottle. Previous experience or completion of Introduction to Glass Blowing 1 is required.
- $99 for a four-hour Introduction to Glass Blowing 3 course (a $220 value). Make a venus figure and a perfume bottle with stopper. Previous experience or completion of Introduction to Glass Blowing 1 and 2 is required.
- $99 for a four-hour Terrarium Glass-Blowing course (a $220 value). Blow a round glass terrarium with a loop for hanging. (Plants not included).
Revere Glass School
Revere Glass School equips students of all experience levels with up-to-date glassworking gear from Glass Torch Technologies and Delta Elite. Six feet of working space at each workstation provides ample room for glass blowing and fusing or pipe making, while ventilation systems whisk away meddling ghosts. Experienced instructors aim to foster a noncompetitive working and learning environment through up to six levels of classes, guiding each glass-wielding neophyte along on his or her distinct artistic journey.
Courses span principles of practical foundations, creative techniques, and establishing an artistic business. Themed workshops feature international guest artists who lead intensives in methods that they've mastered, such as crafting holiday ornaments that double as single-use baseballs.
“Great class, great teacher... great experience! I'm so glad I did it :)”
“WONDERFUL - highly recommended! ”
“My mom had a great time, it was her first time with glass and she liked that she got to make several different things.”