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2010 Masterclasses - Class 13- CLASS FULL


13. Teaching Teachers – A one day session aimed at teachers who want to introduce glass into their curriculum.
Kilnforming is the topic in Teaching Teachers
Dates: Monday 23 to Thursday 26 August
Venue: Leasowes Community College, Halesowen
Level: Experience not necessary

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Warm Glass UK present "Teaching with Glass"

An introduction to kilnformed glass in the teaching environment, focussing on projects which are achievable within a basic lesson plan.
Using a ‘hands on’ approach we will explore how to get the best from the different materials and tools available.

This class offers a taste of the process for teachers who wish to introduce glass into their school or college, as well as the opportunity for established teachers to learn more about kilnforming glass.

“Fantastic instructor. So helpful. Inspiring workshop with all possible techniques available”

Teacher – Becky Wills from Warm Glass UK, who has trained at Bullseye Glass in Oregon.

Full details and Booking Form: Click for WORD DOC HERE or PDF HERE



image to follow 12. Glassblowing and Design for Beginners with Scott Benefield (USA)

Dates: Monday 23 to Thursday 26 August
Venue: Ruskin Glass Centre
Level: Beginners
Capacity: 6 students


This project, which is NOT open to bookings, is designed to provide education in the art of glassmaking to young people not in education or employment.
Details to follow.




Masterclasses commence on Monday 23 Aug and finish on Thursday 26 Aug.

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