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  • Joseph Cavalieri

  • Amy Lemaire

Through studios, classes, exhibitions, and publishing, UrbanGlass is committed to furthering the use of glass as a creative medium.

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Classes at UrbanGlass offer students of all ages the opportunity to explore the endless possibilities of glass. Educational programming includes everything from classes for teens to master classes for professional artists. Weekly classes, week-long intensives, and two-day workshops make learning at UrbanGlass available to students of all levels and interests.

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Eat with your Eyes: Youth Intro to Glassblowing

Weekly Class
Weekly Class | 4 Sessions: November 2 — November 23
Sundays, 10:00 - 1:00 pm

This course is about exploring glassmaking and the display and eating of food. The emphasis in this class will be on teamwork, beginning glassblowing techniques, and eating! Youth glassblowers at any level are encouraged to come have fun with friends.

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Youth Beadmaking

Weekly Class
Weekly Class | 4 Sessions: November 9 — November 30
Sundays, 10:00 - 1:00 pm

This four session class is specially designed for young beginning students. Students will learn many decorative and sculptural bead making techniques. 

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A Crash Course in “Knitted Glass”

Workshop | 4 Sessions: January 20 — January 25
6:00 - 10:00 pm

Carol Milne has spent many years teaching herself how to knit with glass. In this class she will share her secret “knitted glass” technique.

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Currently On View in the Agnes Varis Art Center

Anders Ruhwald: One Thing Follows Another (And You Make It Happen)

In the exhibition Anders Ruhwald: One Thing Follows Another (And You Make It Happen), the artist, who is artist-in-residence and head of Ceramics at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, explores form, materiality, and perception through a series of installations that compare and contrast one design rendered in three diverse media: ceramics, wood, and glass.

On view through Saturday, November 8, 2014

Photo: ┬ęSteven Talley

Art Center Hours
  • Monday Closed

  • Tuesday Closed

  • Wednesday 12-6

  • Thursday 12-6

  • Friday 12-7

  • Saturday 12-7

  • Sunday 12-6

From the Glass Quarterly Hot Sheet