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Stack Attack Virtual via Zoom 7/11
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Stack Attack Virtual via Zoom 7/11
Stack Attack Virtual via Zoom 7/11
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Stack Attack
Presented by Janine Stillman
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Virtual via Zoom- Saturday July 11th, 9:30 a.m to 12:00 p.m.

In this virtual class, we will design fused glass pieces by stacking different shapes to create geometric or floral looking glass creations.  We will discuss color selection, shape cutting techniques and size differences that are most successful to create the desired effect. This class is good for beginners as well as more seasoned glass hobbyists. Tools that are used to make the glass cutting process easier will be demonstrated and fired pieces showing the effects of full fusing the stacked pieces will be featured and discussed.  Once the discussion is complete, students will begin a project of their choice with my guidance and we will finish out the time creating together. Settle in for a fun morning of creating glass with me, virtually!

When registration is complete, a link for the Zoom meeting and the class handouts will be sent to the participant using the email provided upon registration. Once the handouts, meeting link and password have been sent, there will be no refund. I will put together special kits and supplies for each class that will be offered for sale on my website and at my studio. These can be shipped, obtained via a virtual (Zoom or Facetime) shopping experience including "gate-side pickup" or a private socially-distanced shopping session can be scheduled at my studioFiring schedules will be included in the class handouts and kiln-shelf rental and firing of glass pieces will be available (for a fee) for locals who do not own kilns. Please contact [email protected] to make shopping appointments or to schedule kiln firings.

Tools Required
Glass Cutter
Breaking Plyer
Mosaic Nipper
Glass Glue or Hair Spray
Safety Glasses
Tweezers (are always helpful)
Morton Cutting System- including fast angles

Glass Supply List
A foundation piece of glass that matches the size of the mold you will use
A piece of clear glass the same size as the foundation glass
Several colors of opaque and transparent glass in coordinating colors or-
a supply of fusible glass scrap in various colors
An appropriately sized kiln shelf
Papyros paper to line the kiln shelf

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