Glass Fusing and Slumping

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Glass fusing and slumping incorporating kiln carving

This sought after course is designed to introduce the basic principles of glass firing and offering an opportunity to be instructed by Ian Dixon. Ian is an exhibited glass artist with works in The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australian National Glass Collection, Art Bank, Australian Capital Equity, and many private collections both in Australia and overseas.  Ian has over 30 years of experience both as an artist and mentor.  Students will be educated on essential techniques including a large variety of functional information; such as the best products to obtain professional results and scientific principles in glass fusing. You will be taught the intricacies of firing schedules so that you can confidently execute your own works of art. Ian Dixon’s experience with Art Glass will provide students with a well-informed initiation into the exciting world of Glass Fusing!  This class will suit the complete beginner as well as an opportunity to learn more for the novice glass worker.

Enrolment Details

To ensure you gain the most from the course, numbers are limited. Places will be confirmed with a required $50 non-refundable deposit or the place may be given to the next in queue. The course must be paid in full 14 days prior to course commencement.

Sincere efforts are made to contact all students for a reminder however ultimately the responsibility for scheduling time to attend the class remains with the student. As per our terms and conditions deposits for unattended classes are non-refundable

To enrol please Contact Us, deposits can be taken over the phone or in store.

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Course Dates for 2017:

Saturday the 6th of May     |    Saturday the 12th of August    |    Wednesday the 1st of November

The Glass Fusing and Slumping course runs from 9:30am – approximately 4:00pm.

Costs: $395 including materials, kiln firing and hire of tools.

Students can bring their own tools if preferred.

Terms and Condition for course enrolment:

To secure a position in a workshop we require a $50 deposit. Until the deposit is received your position may be forfeited. The deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE.

All workshops have a minimum enrolment required for the workshop to run. If Perth Art Glass reschedules or cancels a workshop the deposit remains valid for a rescheduled date or will be refunded if preferred by the student.