Glass Flameworking Night Course Level 2

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ATTENTION: Students must be AT LEAST 16-years of age to attend any recreational class at our facility, unless otherwise specified.

If you have a question about the facility or registering for a class, please call Arc + Flame directly at 585-349-7110.

Safety is our number one concern at Rochester Arc + Flame Center. Please contact us at 585-349-7110 before registering for classes., If you have any concerns pertaining to your hearing, vision, hand dexterity, or mental health, or any other disability that would impact your ability to participate in class.

Students are required to wear boots or sneakers that cover their whole foot, jeans or long pants that cover your whole leg & ankle, and a t-shirt that covers their shoudlers.

Please do not wear flammable materials such as Nylon or Synthetics.

Please do not wear sandals, crocks, open toed shoes, shorts, or dresses.

For the safety of our students and teachers, failure to comply may result in being unable to participate in the class. 

Glass Flameworking Night Course Level 2


Intermediate Glass Flameworking Course

Our Level 2 Night Course offers intermediate borosilicate (boro) glass flameworking techniques and our instructors will go in depth on making glass
creatures, figures, and flowers. This class will continue to build upon the skills taught in the Level 1 Night Course. Students will learn the most effective ways of manipulating and shaping hot glass, incorporating colors into their projects, and managing the technical challenges of glass art.

Taught by world renowned glass artist, Eunsuh Choi, this course is intended for individuals who have completed the Arc + Flame Glass Flameworking Night Course Level 1 or its equivalency within 6 months of this class.

Classes are held twice a week from 6pm-9pm over the course of 8
class sessions. All safety gear and materials are provided in the course

NOTE: Beacuse glass projects must anneal to avoid damage, students will be able to take their projects home at the following class day.