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Kiln forming is the process of shaping glass in a kiln with heat and gravity. One of the properties of this glass is “compatibility”, which allows it to be fused to other pieces of glass in a kiln.
When glass is heated in kiln, it becomes soft and the consistency becomes sticky and flexible. As the temperature continues to increase, the glass becomes more liquid. Gravity takes hold of the molten glass, the molten glass fills the space in which it’s contained, and fuses with any other pieces of compatible glass.
Join us for our Introduction to Kiln forming Glass workshop. During the 4 sessions you will learn about this fun and fascinating technique including basic fusing and bending methods. You will learn to cut fusible glass sheets then add frit, vitrigraph stringer and other forms of glass to design 3 projects that will be uniquely yours. All supplies and tools will be provided.
This class will be held in the Yellow Classroom (3), which is in the northeastern corner of the FCAC campus. Pull into the parking lot from De Soto.
Beginner and Intermediate
- Students must wear close toed shoes.
Students will receive a refund of tuition minus 10% if the student contacts us no later than 7 days prior to the first day of class. Cancellations up to 48 hours before the start of the class will receive a 50% refund. Any cancellations within 48 hours before the start of the class, or after the class has begun will not be refunded. In the case of an emergency, the student may be able to transfer their payment towards another class based on availability.
Class sizes are limited and enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. Unfortunately, FCAC is unable to prorate students for missed classes or classes that they are unable to attend. We strive to provide the highest quality art classes and we value your feedback. If you would like to share your experience or have questions or concerns, please email us at email@example.com