Hustle and Flow

All Skill Levels 1-week Intensive Class
This class will focus on the flow of liquids in glass products such as coffee brewing, distillation and water recycling systems. Daily demonstrations and practice time will provide a strong foundation in Borosilicate flameworking technique. We will discuss the proper way to approach and execute hollow and solid seals, coils, pulling points, bridging, internal plumbing, hollow ring seals, scientific joint making, solid sculptural application and more! Planning, forethought and perseverance will be the key to success during this week-long class. You will gain confidence in manipulating complex forms and intricate shapes. This class is aimed at flameworkers with prior experience at the torch who wish to gain a better understanding of how to join, move and create form in glass.

Class Details

When

July 22 - July 26 -

Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri

Tuition

Tuition: $ 900.00

Members receive a 10% discount

Studio
Flame Shop

  • 900 sq. ft. air conditioned shop with 12 workstations
  • Nortel Major/Minor Torches
  • Benchtop annealers with 12" x 9" interior
  • Toolbox with essential tools for working with glass
  • Ventilation hood
  • And more...

About the Instructor(s)

Beccy Feather

Beccy Feather is a British born glassmaker who lives and works in Bremerton,WA. Beccy has an MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology and has consistently pushed to elevate her artwork and invest in the education of the community. She navigates daily between the roles of production flame worker, artist, educator, and tea-drinker. Her art work is a mixture of fine craft, humor, and home science

Brent Rogers

Brent Rogers was born and raised in Seattle, Washington where he worked as a production glass blower and designer at the Glass eye studio. �He has studied glass and illustration concepts at the Pratt Fine Art Center, Pilchuck Glass School and as an intern at Benjamin Moore Incorporated. He has taught at Pilchuck Glass School and has been a resident artist at Pittsburgh glass center and the Museum of Glass in Tacoma WA.