Ages 18 + / All Levels / L. David Pye, Ph.D.

Dive into glass. Following an introduction on historical and modern aspects of
stained glass, students construct a framed work of art in brilliant colored glass.
This hands-on process includes the fundamentals of pattern design and utilization;
cutting, sizing and fitting various pieces of glass; and joining methods. Materials
included. Limited spots.

WEDNESDAY, AUG 7, 10 A.M. - 4 P.M.
1 session / 6 hours / WK107-1
Non-member: 195 Member 185

NOTE: This is a special “visible workshop” to celebrate our summer of glass. The
workshop will take place in the Museum of Art Sculpture court and viewable by
the public while in progress.

LOCATION: Museum of Art, 310 Genesee Street, Sculpture court.
Dates:August 7, 2019   
Meets:W from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Instructor:L. David Pye
Fee:$195 Fee Breakdown

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