Interested in glass flameworking or want to improve your skills? Whether you're a beginner or an experienced glass enthusiast, this specialty sampler class is the perfect class for you! Using borosilicate glass and flame, students will create up to three plants stakes to add a personal touch to their indoor plant collections. Please note: All materials and safety equipment are included in the price. Projects will be ready for pickup one week after the class. No experience necessary and all materials and safety equipment are included. Please make sure to wear closed-toe sneakers or boots, jeans and a cotton t-shirt. Do not wear flip-flops, open-toe shoes or highly flammable clothing. To ensure the best possible class experience for all students, please contact Rochester Arc + Flame Center prior to class if you have any concerns with your vision, hearing, hand dexterity or mental health.
If you would like to request a sign language interpreter or will be attending class with an aide, please fill out our contact form. Please also let us know if you have any preferences (seating, vision access, etc).
Class ticket purchases are non-refundable for any reason, however a credit or transfer may be granted if requested 7+ days prior to your scheduled class. For more information on our policies, please visit our FAQ.
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The Rochester Arc + Flame Center (RocAFC) is an 11,000 square-foot training facility designed specifically for welding, glass working and blacksmithing. The mission of RocAFC is to foster exciting and innovative classes for people of all skill levels. Rochester Arc + Flame Center is the only training facility in upstate New York to offer professional and recreational classes in welding, glass working, and blacksmithing. Since 2012, over 12,000 students have taken classes at the Rochester Arc + Flame Center.
Eunsuh Choi is the archetypal immigrant’s tale run through the artist’s filter. Choi arrived in the U.S. having already completed a master’s degree in glass from Kookmin University (Korea), but was determined to pursue further glass education. She chose the Rochester Institute of Technology as a place where she could study both English and earn a second MFA degree in glass. She is a portrait artist, whose flameworked pieces are personal narratives, portraits of her own moments of growth. Eunsuh also participated in several glass classes from Corning Museum of Glass and an online architectural course from Harvard University Graduate School of Designs. Choi’s work has been featured in a number of magazines in the USA, UK, Germany, and Korea, and her artworks are also on permanent collection in the Corning Museum of Glass, the European Museum of Modern Glass, and other world-renowned organizations. Choi has been working glass for over 22 years and has a solid studio art experience in metal, clay, textiles, and fiber art. Her experience in glass includes flameworking, kiln forming (casting, fusing, and slumping), cold working, stained glass, mosaic, and glass blowing. Choi joined the Rochester Arc + Flame Center in 2012 and has taught a wide variety of glass classes since then.
Rochester Arc + Flame Center is an 11,000 square-foot training facility designed specifically for welding, glass working, and blacksmithing with a mission to foster exciting and innovative classes for all.