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Bookings For The 2010 Festival of Glass
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The 2010 festival programme is now available. To receive a copy and to receive information and updates about the Festival please join our email list by REGISTERING (see link at bottom of menu panel - or the link at top of home page) and we'll keep you in the loop.

Please check the LATEST NEWS page for up to date information about Workshop availability as some workshops are already fully booked.
to see the up to date availability.

Allister Malcolm's taster sessions in glassblowing are already almost fully booked. Entrance to most of the festival venues is free of charge - These include Red House Glass Cone, Broadfield House Glass Museum, The Bonded Warehouse, The Lace Guild and Holy Trinity Church with a small entrance charge made at Ruskin Glass Centre where a wide range of activities can be enjoyed. There may be a small additional charge for some workshops for children and adults. Entrance to the British Glass Biennale at Ruskin Glass Centre is free and is open until 11th September after the Festival.

PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS PROGRAMME    
  • Masterclasses - Click the Masterclasses button (in left hand menu) to find full details and prices (Price includes evening events) and for further details of:
  • CGS - Pechakucha event (at Ruskin Glass Centre) and
  • Symposium - 'Creativity and Innovation' (at University of Wolverhampton).

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    PUBLIC FESTIVAL EVENTS & ACTIVITIES 2010

  • All activities at the Ruskin Glass Centre are free to access with a Festival Pass unless listed above. N.B. The list will not be finalised until July as events are being added all the time.
  • Festival Passes are available as a single day pass or a full four day pass

    FESTIVAL PASS for Ruskin Glass Centre
  • One Day Festival Pass - Adult: 5 / Child (under16): 1
  • 4 Day Festival Passport - Adult: 9.50
  • Childrens Workshops - Small charges apply to some activities
  • Adults Workshop - vary depending on time and number in class - TBA

    Details of events can be found in the 2010 Festival Programme. The Ruskin Glass Centre courtyard during the Fun Auction


    A packed courtyard at the Ruskin Glass Centre during the Fun Auction -
    one of the many events that your Festival Pass entitles you to attend with no additional charge.





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