Keeping the Fires
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Teaming up with the ASGS
We're working with the American Scientific Glassblower Society in an effort to get instructional videos from their symposiums out to a broader audience.Take a look if you're interested!
Ben Ramsey Mini Rig Webinar Recording Now Available
Level up your skills with this amazing webinar, and now watch it for only $29! Ben explains in detail and answer your questions as he creates a mini rig, including dot stacking, opal encasement, cabochan, and encalmo techniques! This is an info packed online class!Watch It Now!
Carmen Lozar, Sabina Boehm, & Bob Snodgrass Webinar Recordings Now Available
Miss the Carmen Lozar, Sabina Boehm, or Bob Snodgrass Webinars? Watch them now at a reduced price! Purchase all at the same time and get 10% off!Watch the Recordings
Tue, Sep 05 2017 4:20 pm
Blog: Important Notice Regarding Glasscraft Golden
After careful consideration, Glasscraft will be leaving our operations in Golden Colorado. The Eugene, Oregon location will remain and be our primary distribution center and company headquarters.Read More
Tue, Feb 21 2017 9:37 am
Blog: The 2017 Webinar Project- January
Many of us start the new year with goals and resolutions. My goal this year was to expand my skill set behind the torch. My name is Jenn Langill, I have been a hobbyist on the torch for 9 years, 2 of those years were spent in the Scientific Glass Technology Program at Salem Community College. I am currently the Education Coordinator for Glasscraft. All those awesome classes and webinars Glasscraft offers, I help make those happen. I spend a lot of time behind a desk.In fact, in 2016 I was behind a torch 3 times. Crazy, huh? So this year, I decided to take advantage of all the webinars that Glasscraft offers. My goal was 1 webinar per month and at least 3 torch sessions working on what I learned. Then I thought, what if I worked with a group of people doing the same thing? So, the 2017 Webinar Project was born.
Wed, Jul 11 2018 11:08 am
Blog: Upcoming Webinars
Here's a look at the webinars we're working on for the rest of 2018.Read More
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Plazmakollab: Weapon of Mass Peace - Six Webinar Series
We have been working with Blazing Heart Productions and five artists in Eugene, OR to produce a series of webinars using their combined skills to create a Weapon of Mass Peace - a functional piece of out of this world art. Learn techniques from Arron Siverson, Dellene Peralta, Kaleb Folck, Nathan Belmont, and Kimmo, and see how their abilities culminate to create something out of this world.
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Plazmakollab Part I - Making Dichro Tubing & Stringer Magic with..
This is Episode one of the Plazmakollab - Weapon of Mass Peace Webinar Series. Sign up for the entire series at over half off here. First up is Dellene Peralta. Dellene will show and explain how to roll up and sleeve dichroic glass to make your own dichro tubing. Save money and customize it to your own needs! She will also teach some sophisticated stringer techniques to make vines, leaves, and flowers.Sign Up Now
Glass Blowing Supplies to Fuel Your Fire
All your glass blowing supplies are here. Whether you require borosilicate glass tubing, glass blowing tools, soft glass, glass blowing torches, kilns, beadmaking or off-hand supplies, the experienced and helpful Glasscraft team is here to help you get the equipment and information you need at a good price. We invite you to explore our digital store and pursue your passion for taming fire.
Glasscraft - Helping You Tame Fire Since 1970
The pure possibility of creation when glass is in a molten state - it inspired glass blowers in 50 BC to tame fire, and spawned entire cultures of torchwork throughout the centuries. The harmony of flame and glass still unites us as lampworkers, artists, and craftspeople, and it's why Glasscraft is in business and continues to thrive today.
Expanding the Boundaries of Glasswork
Founded in 1970 by Homer Hoyt, one of America's flameworking pioneers, Glasscraft is a leading distributor of the finest selection of glassworking supplies, tools, and equipment. Now partnered with Winship Designs, the grassroots company that helped fuel the West Coast's borosilicate renaissance since 1985, we continue to honor the traditions of glassblowing while helping shape the future of the craft and the great artists that expand its boundaries year after year.
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