Lampwork Bead Making: An Introduction-April 25 & 26, 11-5pm

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Class is held at 2518 San Pablo Ave.

Lampwork Bead Making: An Introduction

Learn the technique that was first used to manipulate hot glass! Flamework, or Lampwork, as it was originally called, was probably invented on an anonymous beach in Mesopotamia thousands of years ago. Now is your chance to learn this ancient craft from a master.
In this 2 day workshop the basics of Lampwork will be covered. You will learn to make a variety of bead shapes with glass, as well as learning to decorate them using glass layers, stringers, ranking and manipulation. You will also be shown how to clean your finished beads.

Each student will have use of a torch and glass rods. All materials and tools needed in this workshop will be provided.

Saturday-Sunday, April 25-26, 11am-5pm

Instructor: Alexis Berger - student limit:7 

class fee $350- includes all materials

This class has a two week cancellation policy. Refunds will be issued if student gives ETUI two weeks notice, that they will be unable to attend before class date. After 2 weeks, we will only issue a refund if the seat is filled. Thank you.