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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.

The Hot Glass Challenge

Intensive | 5 Sessions: July 25 — July 29
6:00 - 10:00 pm

This introduction to glassblowing intensive will provide hands-on experience in working with molten glass from a non-traditional perspective.

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Glassblowing in Number

Weekly Class
Weekly Class | 6 Sessions: October 9 — November 20
Sundays, 4:00 - 7:00 pm

This intermediate workshop will focus on understanding glassblowing from a time/cost/efficiency perspective in order to look at glassblowing from a practical, rational perspective that will help us sustain our practice with this fantastic material.

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Coldworking Nonsense

Weekly Class
Weekly Class | 6 Sessions: October 6 — November 17
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Coldworking is the most valuable skill to have when working with glass. During this class students will have the opportunity to explore the full potential of working in the coldshop.

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Currently On View in the Agnes Varis Art Center

Graham Caldwell: Emergence

Artist Graham Caldwell creates work that explore emergence through pieces that open up under observation and produce a slowed down interaction with the viewer. Opening reception: June 1st from 6-8pm.

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Photo: Broken Iridescent Drawing 2015 iridescent glass, epoxy, oil paint 24x48x3 inches

Art Center Hours
  • Monday Closed

  • Tuesday Closed

  • Wednesday 12-6

  • Thursday 12-6

  • Friday 12-7

  • Saturday 11-7

  • Sunday 11-6

From the Glass Quarterly Hot Sheet