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Allister Malcolm Introduction to Glassblowing with Allister Malcolm

Dates: Monday 23 (1.30pm to 5pm) and Tuesday 24 August (9am to 5pm)
OR Wednesday 25 (9am to 5pm) and Thursday 26 (9am to 12.30pm)
Venue: Broadfield House Glass Museum
Level: Experience not necessary
Capacity: 4 students per course

Price: 170 (including VAT) for each course (includes one evening event and an invitation to the opening of the British Glass Biennale)

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Allister is a skilled glassblower and hot caster, known for a strong design sense, with work extensively exhibited throughout the UK and the USA. Currently running his own studio at Broadfield House Glass Museum, Allister is a patient and responsive teacher, ideally suited for the novice glassmaker.

Broadfield House Glass Museum is the perfect resource for inspiration and participants will be invited to take influences from the exhibitions. Students will gain an insight into and practise the art of glassblowing. With numbers limited allowing guidance throughout, this class provides the opportunity for the inexperienced to have a go at all stages of the creation of a blown vessel. It also gives the more experienced a chance to fine tune existing skills. As skills progress, the use of colour will be encouraged in a variety of forms to develop and create your own unique piece.

Allister Malcolm at the 2008 festival Masterclasses commence on Monday 23 Aug and finish on Thursday 26 Aug.

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