In this 8-hour program, learn how to light a glass torch, adjust the flame, stretch, gather, cut and fuse borosilicate (boro) glass rod and make colored cane. Students will be amazed at the quality of the projects they're able to complete on the very first day. Students can expect to make at least five projects, and no experience is necessary!
Please note: No experience necessary; all materials and safety equipment are included. Please make sure to wear close-toed sneakers or boots, jeans and a cotton t-shirt. Do not wear flip-flops, open toed shoes or highly flammable clothing.
This class is appropriate for ages 14+.
This class will take place at Rochester Arc + Flame Center, located at 125 Fedex Way, Rochester NY.
Live subtitles will be available upon request during this class. If you prefer a sign language interpreter, please fill out our contact form. Please also let us know if you have any preferences (seating, vision access, etc).
About the teacher:
Eunsuh Choi is the archetypal immigrant’s tale run through the artist’s filter. Choi arrived in the U.S. with a Master’s degree in glass from Kookmin University (Korea), but determined to pursue further glass education, she chose the Rochester Institute of Technology as a place where she could both study English and earn a second MFA degree in glass. Choi’s work has been featured in a number of magazines in the USA, Germany, and Korea, and her artworks are also on permanent collection in the Corning Museum of Glass, the European Museum of Modern Glass, and 9 other world renowned places. Along with 22 years of glass experience, Choi has studio art experience in metal, clay, textiles, and fiber art. Her experience in glass include flameworking, kiln forming (casting, fusing, and slumping), cold working, stained glass, mosaic and glass blowing as well.
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