On February 18-20, 2016, Steve Bates will be teaching a Construction and Concept class at Glasscraft’s Golden Studio. Let's get to know him a little better!
The American Scientific Glassblowers Society (ASGS) has been teaching and sharing information on scientific glassblowing since 1952. Last year, the ASGS partnered with Glasscraft to bring the educational videos created by members of the ASGS to the glass community.
If you want to make a piece that really glows, you have a couple of options: glow in the dark or UV/black light reactive. So what’s the difference?
Freddy Faerron and James Yaun and their teaching assistant Jerilyn Alderon spent last week at Glasscraft, Golden. We have all of the details and pictures!
While our Golden, Colorado studio is always a great place to be, next week will be really exciting! Freddy Faerron and James Yaun will be taking over the joint, spreading knowledge ad showing off their extensive fuming and vortex capabilities.
Our own Dave Winship recently attended Pilchuck Glass School for a class on Digital Fabrication. Another attendee, Mark Ganter, recently wrote about his experiences of this class.
Did you miss the Dellene Peralta webinar last week? Well, lucky you, there's still time to see it. All Glasscraft Webinars have a pay-per-view option and this one is worth the $29 investment. Why's that?
For many lampworkers, working with glass is solitary activity. But sometimes you have to turn off the torch and do some socializing. Networking with other glassblowers is a great way to socialize and strengthen your business.
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