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Hot Glass Workshops

Always loved glass and wanted to give glass art a try?

Spring is the perfect time to get creative in the hot glass studio, and whilst it’s not currently possible to visit Venice, you can still explore the magic of glass-making right here.

Different glass techniques will be explored over this four-week course to create your own bespoke glass objects. No prior experience is needed; this course will take you from novice to artist through guided instruction and hands-on practice.

With a limit of four students, and training by a master glass artist, the course will give you an introduction to the glass studio, its tools and techniques, and an insight into the alluring world of glass creation.


Latest workshop details

Course duration: 5 weeks (only 4 students per class)
Time: 2.5 hours a week
Dates: various times available, please visit out TryBooking page to choose your date. 
Location: Classes take place in the glass studio at ECU’s Mount Lawley Campus. 
Cost: $600.

How to apply

ENROL now at TryBooking.

All courses are subject to minimum enrolment numbers.

Contact

Pete Reynolds
Email: hotglassworkshops@hotmail.com
Mobile: 0423 306 495


Important information

  • The hot glass studio is often a very hot working environment – if this is of concern, or if you have a medical condition that may affect, or be adversely affected by, this activity – please contact us to discuss before you book.

Cancellations and refunds (Terms and Conditions)

  • Subject to any applicable consumer guarantee under the Australian Consumer Laws, fees paid will not be refunded where you withdraw from the course less than 7 days before the commencement of the Course.
  • The Course will only run if at least four persons register and pay for the Course in full a week prior to the course commencing. Otherwise, ECU may, at its election, choose not to run the Course. In this circumstance, a full refund will be given.

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