Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Tuition: $ 900.00
Members receive a 10% discount
- 2,560 sq. ft.
- Two 1,000 lb. Wet Dog invested pot furnaces
- Full range of hand tools, pipes and punties
- One 18" glory hole with pneumatic doors
- One 18" glory hole with barn doors
- Two mobile gas-powered garages
- And more...
About the Instructor(s)
Japanese-born Michiko Sakano founded One Sixty Glass in Williamsburg in 2000, which operated as a studio and classroom for nine years. She has taught at MIT, Penland School of Crafts, Cleveland Institute of Arts, New York University and other schools both in the US and abroad. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, House and Garden, and�ELLE D�cor.
Currently Michiko operates Michiko Sakano Studio in Gowanus, Brooklyn. She collaborates with designers and artists from all over the world.
Sakano is interested in the expression of kitsch in Japanese POP and American culture. Having grown up in the seventies, her work is influenced by the colors and materials of the era, as well as by her familys business, kimono making. She continues to expand through a diversity of form, color, and shape.