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Sarasota School of Glass

5704 Lawton Drive, Sarasota

Garden or Seascape Glass Making Class for One or Two at Sarasota School of Glass (Up to 40% Off)

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Promo Code SALE3. Ends 1/17.
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Highlights

Students learn fusing and slumping techniques to a create one-of-a-kind garden or seascape art objects for decoration

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Keith
5 ratings3 reviews
November 8, 2020
We had a great time at the class. Would highly recommend it!
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Jason
August 10, 2020
Good instruction, and a small class size appropriate for Corona times. Thanks for having us out!
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Angela
3 ratings3 reviews
July 31, 2020
Very nice staff, well put together class. was fun
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JuneTOP REVIEWER
11 ratings5 reviews
August 9, 2020
Such a fun way to spend a day! It really brings out your creativity working with the glass. The instructors are great. You learn about the different types of glass then are let loose on a project of your own. Everyone’s comes out great. My daughter & I have been a couple times even though it’s pretty far for us. I look forward to more!
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Janis
2 ratings1 reviews
February 12, 2020
Great place for making awesome glass projects!!!! Instructors are always so helpful. It’s a fun day or night out 🥰
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CarolTOP REVIEWER
5 ratings5 reviews
February 12, 2020
Just gave a previous review of 4 stars but should have given it 5! Please see my previous review! *****
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MarieTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWERSHUTTERBUG
53 ratings53 reviews5 photos
February 12, 2020
Very creative and fun! Everyone loves the picture of glass that I made. A true piece of art! I have went twice and loved every minute of it and the pieces I made. The people are very nice and helpful. I would recommend this experience to everyone!
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Harry
1 ratings1 reviews
August 20, 2019
Fun project with a helpful instructor.
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About This Deal

  • Participants begin with a large, clear sheet of glass, and grow it into a free-standing garden with the use of frit, stringers, and noodles.
  • Garden or Seascape art glass class includes all materials and two firings.
  • Click here to view the calendar for upcoming classes. Classes are listed as FUSED COMBO on the calendar. Please choose a desired date/time, then call (941) 925-4527 to register.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Registration required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Sarasota School of Glass

The Sarasota School of Glass invites artisans of all ages into its studio to learn the techniques of glass art—a medium with enough room for form, function, and style. Artists here take part in classes that revolve around using glass at different temperatures to craft decorative works. For example, cold work involves using cool, solid glass to create a piece, whether students are pouring paint or designing beaded jewelry. Their warm glass classes (or fusing classes) focuses on transforming the student's design into pieces like vases, platters, and candlesticks through a two-kiln process. During the first phase, students layer pieces of colored glass of their choice into creative designs before the pieces are melted in the kiln, turning the parts into one solid piece. During the second firing (called slumping or kiln forming) the fused glass is heated on a mold until it takes on the desired shape.