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Sun, Nov 18, 11:00am - 4:00pm

Gowanus, Brooklyn
142 13th St
Btwn 2nd & 3rd Avenues
Brooklyn, New York 11215
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 14 and older
Average Class Size: 7
Teacher: Michael Helt

What you'll learn in this glass blowing class:

Work at the torch to create colorful flowers encased in clear glass.  Learn flame-working techniques and how to work with molten glass by creating patterns and compressing them into flower marbles, pendants, or paper weights.

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Enrollment cancellations are not entitled to a refund. Transfers made outside of 15 days will not be subjected to processing fees. Within 15 days of the class, transfers are subjected to a 20% [of the original ticket price] fee. We cannot guarantee transfers made within 15 days of the class, although we will do our best to accommodate. *One transfer per student.

Brooklyn Glass Studio will remain open and classes will remain in session, so long as MTA is running. We cannot provide refunds or transfers for classes missed due to weather outside of this policy. 
To contact Brooklyn Glass regarding transfers, please call 718-569-2110 or email us at [email protected]


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Start Date Time Teacher # Sessions Price
11:00am - 4:00pm Michael Helt 1 $195

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Question from Kerry D.
Do you get to take home the pieces that are created?
Answer from Andrea M. CourseHorse Staff
Hi Kerry! You can take home the pieces the following day. All glass items must sit in an annealer overnight.
Answer from Terianne T. Verified Student
Yes. You have to leave them over night so they can pressurize and stable. Then you can pick them up the next day. You keep everything you make.
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Reviews of Classes at Brooklyn Glass

(283 Reviews)
Bloom in Flame
Reviewed by TJ T. on 12/3/2017
Great class and helpful instructors. I would take another glass here!
Bloom in Flame
Reviewed by Bob D. on 5/8/2017
Instructors were very gracious, and adept at conveying their artistry with such a captivating medium. I was always intrigued by the beautiful objects inside the glass; now I know how they got there! I would love to come back often, unfortunately for me, distance makes that too difficult. My expectations for this class were by far surpassed, so if anyone reading this is indecisive you won't be disappointed. I did it at 70 and learned more than expected while enjoying the experience. Thanks Mike and David, for a such great educationally and artistically enriching day.
Bloom in Flame
Reviewed by Anonymous on 5/7/2017
This class was great. The teacher and TA were patient and so helpful. I will def take another class with them!
Bloom in Flame
Reviewed by Anonymous on 5/8/2017

School: Brooklyn Glass

Brooklyn Glass

Brooklyn Glass assists the creative community by providing a studio environment for students, aspiring artists, and professionals working with glass. We are an advocate of the creative process, form, and innovative ideas. Brooklyn Glass enriches the cultural landscape and engages a vast creative community...

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