More Workshop News

Well, it’s been a busy couple of weeks, making stock for selling events, and preparing for classes. Yesterday’s workshop was a sell-out, and so is Saturday 3rd December.  There are still a couple of spaces left on “Don’t Panic”.

I’ve been teaching in the studio, and at other venues – workshops are now on the road!  Yes, as well as coming to the studio to learn all about glass fusing, whether on a full days workshop, or to try a taster session, I can now bring the classroom to you.

This will be restricted more to ‘taster’ style workshops, by which I mean, the session will not including learning to score and break glass, and is less intensive on the technical side.  But you get to spend more time spent being creative!

It also means I can run the workshops for bigger groups if you have the space; it can work for a much wider age range; people with dexterity or hand strength issues can do the taster sessions, as indeed those with mobility issues – cutting glass can be physically tiring and is often better to be standing up whilst you’re learning the basics. In addition, there is limited space in the studio, and access is not the best, so this could work for disability groups in spaces more suitable for their needs.  Perhaps a support group, where the participants prefer to be in familiar surroundings.  Whilst the studio has good transport links, not everybody can easily travel, but I can come to you, and I can also fit in with your regular meetings or sessions.

Please get in touch if you would like to know more.

These images below are some of the results from a recent “on-the-road” workshop, that was so popular, they have asked me to go back again this week.

A piece made during a workshop that was taken "on the road"

creswell-4-for-web creswell workshopLets get more people being creative, everybody who’s been doing these workshops keeps telling me how much they enjoy them.