In this four-part, comprehensive workshop hosted at Studio 34 Creative Arts Learning Center, you will learn the Louis Comfort Tiffany stained glass method, which is an alternative to using leaded channels between glass pieces. Cut and shape glass to fit your design pattern and create your own piece of art. Students will have a choice of patterns, glass colors, and textures to personalize their artwork. No experience required!Please note: Please wear closed-toed shoes. Please select your ticket type in the drop down menu. The bin glass option includes your choice of glass from the studio's copious scrap bins. The premium sheet glass option includes both the bin glass and some sheet glass. Both options also include copper foil, solder, and unlimited use of student grinders and tools. Available glass colors may vary from the class example photo. Please bring safety glasses; if needed they are available for purchase from the studio for $5. We do not advise taking stained glass classes during pregnancy as some stained glass materials include lead. This is a four-part class and students will need to be available on Wed July 5th, Wed July 12th, Wed July 19th, and Wed July 26th from 5:30pm-7:30pm.Age:This class is appropriate for ages 18+.Location:This class will take place indoors at Studio 34 Creative Arts Learning Center, located at 34 Elton St, Rochester, NY 14607. The studio is located on the second floor of the largest of the three brick buildings on Elton St. Please use the entrance on the right side. Additional parking is located at the corner of Atlantic and Elton.Accessibility:If you would like to request a sign language interpreter, will be attending class with an aid, or have any preferences or concerns regarding a disability, vision, hearing, hand dexterity, or mental health please fill out our contact form. If you would like to request a sign language interpreter, we ask that you please send a request at least 3 weeks prior to class.About the teachers:Michele Ramsey is a recently retired school teacher and now shares her professional teaching experience as a glass instructor at Studio 34 Creative Arts Center. Michele has studied with world-class glass artists to develop her body of work.Marilynne Lipshutz is the executive director of Studio 34 Creative Arts Center, located in Rochester's Neighborhood of the Arts for more than 20 years. Marilynne retired as a psychotherapist and took up glass blowing, glass fusing, and casting as a hobby which grew into a successful teaching studio, now home to 28 local faculty and visiting artists from around the globe.Studio 34 is known for small class sizes to maximize student learning experience. Since opening in 2000, Studio 34 has welcomed more than 15,000 students, some traveling from around the world to take classes taught by their professional faculty and visiting artists from across the globe.For details on our COVID-19 policies, class cancellation policy, parking, and more please visit our FAQs.