Glassblowing: Make Your Own Glass Beads

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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Event Category

Arts & DIY

Event Overview

Get a little Glassblowing in your day. Watch me make a Glass Bead, then make one yourself. 


Spend the entire hour making more beads with my guidance. With up to 5 students in each class, each student gets their own station, so everybody can work at the same time.


I will provide a variety of materials and tools for you to string your beads together.


This class can be scheduled at any day or time upon request. Groups of 2-15 are encouraged to schedule their own Private Lesson for a discount. Just send me a request through Dabble. This is great for friends, families, work groups, bridal parties, birthday parties, scout groups, and so on.


The location of the Class will be sent to you with other Safety instructions in an E-mail. The class will be in the UIC neighborhood or Lincoln Park. If you would like to request either location, please send me a message.

What's Provided

Glass, Heat, Safety Glasses

What You Can Expect
  • Safety instructions will be sent in an e-mail upon completion of payment
  • The exact studio location will be sent to you within 24 hours of the class start
  • Tools, chains, strings, and metal fixings will be available for free
Location
Your Exclusive Glassblowing Studio
various locations, Lincoln Park or UIC neighborhood
Chicago, IL, 60602

EVENT DETAILS

Date & Time

Location

Your Exclusive Glassblowing Studio

Price

$56 Per Ticket

* Registration closes 48 hours before event

$56 Per Ticket

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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST

Rosey Merkin

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Glass Artist and Teacher in Chicagoland for 10+ years with all kinds of people in all different places. I don't just make art and teach people how to make art. I'm a little bit like a construction worker / therapist. Glass Artists build and maintain their own studios, ovens, and furnaces. I do a lot of behind-the-scenes work so that I can help people enjoy the fear and responsibility that comes with handling 2300F molten glass.

STUDENT REVIEWS

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    Leesa A.
    Reviewed on 11/15/17

    Had an informative one-on-one class and created some one of a kind treasures. A painless introduction for anyone interested in learning to make glass beads.

    Had an informative one-on-one class and created some one of a kind treasures. A painless introduction for anyone interested in learning to make glass beads.

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