Courses

We will be re-starting our popular courses in a range of applied arts techniques shortly, starting with glass. You can see all of our scheduled courses and book your spot on our Eventbrite page.

Glass courses

The following courses are currently open for bookings.  If you are interested in booking a private course for up to 4 people, or a one to one session – please see our contacts page for more information.

All classes are subject to covid-safety restrictions. See bookings pages for more information.

Make your own glass hangers (beginners upwards)

Design and make your own glass hangings to enjoy yourself or gift to others. This workshop will teach you the basics of cutting and shaping glass to make up to two glass hangers of your own design (suggested designs available).

– Tuesday 22nd June at 6.30pm
– Saturday 26th June at 10.30am

Book your spot on a Make Your Own Glass Hangers class

Make your own glass mandala class (beginners upwards)

Design and make your own glass hangings to enjoy yourself or gift to others. This workshop will teach you the basics of cutting and shaping glass to make one intricate glass mandala of your own design (suggested designs available).

– Saturday 19th June at 10.30am

Book your spot on a Make Your Own Glass Mandala class

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COMING SOON!

Evening course – Make your own stained glass panel (beginners upwards)

Make your own beautiful stained glass panel and learn a traditional craft! This evening course, held over four Wednesday evenings, will introduce you to the delights of working with glass and give you all the tools and information you need to make a stained glass panel for you to take home and enjoy.

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General course information

All courses will be run in line with current covid guidelines.

For studio safety all students must:

  • wear fully enclosed shoes (for example sandals and peep toe shoes not permitted);
  • tie back long hair;
  • avoid clothing with loose sleeves and fibers that shed.

If you require glasses for detailed work, please bring them with you. Safety glasses will be provided.

We recommend that you dress warmly.

If you have a medical condition which makes it difficult to stand for long periods, please let us know in advance.