Boston Creative Glass Workshop

Learn to Work With Glass During a Hands-On Creative Glass Arts Class

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$160

Boston Creative Glass Workshop

Learn to Work With Glass During a Hands-On Creative Glass Arts Class

5 stars rating 2 Reviews
participants Price for 1 Participant

Create your own work of glass art during this creative experience gift. Perfect for beginner students, you may choose to take a glass blowing or flamworking class.

This single-session introductory glass arts experience offers the chance for first time students to learn crucial skills. Your experienced Instructors will introduce you to the tools, safety and basics of glass theory. If you choose to take the glass blowing class, you will learn how to gather glass from the furnace, how to shape and how to apply color. If you enjoy a flamworking class, you will learn the basics of shaping colorful glass in the flame of a stationary torch. Whichever class you enjoy, you will get to take home your very own work of glass art!

Whether you are looking to begin a new hobby or you simply want to try it, this glass arts class is the perfect opportunity to see what all of the fun is about and create a masterpiece.

 Boston Creative Glass Workshop Information

Who Who
The Boston Creative Glass Workshop Xperience Certificate® is for one participant. You will be joined by additional participants in the class.

Guests Guests
This experience is not suitable for non-paying guests.

LocationLocation
Massachusetts, Boston

When When
The Boston Creative Glass Workshops are offered on select Saturdays and Sundays year-round, subject to availability. The class descriptions can be found within the Boston Creative Glass Workshop Information.

duration Duration
The Boston Creative Glass Arts Classes range from 4 to 6 hours depending upon the class selected.

Weather Weather
The Boston Glass Workshops take place in all weather conditions.

What to wear What to wear
Dress in all cotton clothing and close-toed shoes. You will also need to bring a pair of UV sunglasses for eye safety.

Additional Information Additional Information
Classes take place at the Diablo Glass School, opened in 2001. The Diablo Glass School is a public access glass arts studio in Boston, Massachusetts and is a place where beginners and as well as those with experience are welcome to share a nurturing environment, and to grow and develop their creative skills in a warm, inviting atmosphere.

Pieces made during the lesson can be picked up within two weeks after the lesson and shipping is also available. All tools and materials are included in the cost of the class.

Additional InformationITEM/SKU NUMBER  XD-953-001

Cancellation Policy Cancellation Policy
All changes to reservations for the Boston Creative Glass Workshop Experience require fourteen (14) days advance notice.

Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.

Price Price: $160


Who Who:
The Boston Creative Glass Workshop Xperience Certificate® is for one participant. You will be joined by additional participants in the class.


Guests Guests:
This experience is not suitable for non-paying guests.


When When:
The Boston Creative Glass Workshops are offered on select Saturdays and Sundays year-round, subject to availability. The class descriptions can be found within the Boston Creative Glass Workshop Information.


duration Duration:
The Boston Creative Glass Arts Classes range from 4 to 6 hours depending upon the class selected.


Weather Weather:
The Boston Glass Workshops take place in all weather conditions.


What to wear What to wear:
Dress in all cotton clothing and close-toed shoes. You will also need to bring a pair of UV sunglasses for eye safety.


Additional Information Additional Information:

Classes take place at the Diablo Glass School, opened in 2001. The Diablo Glass School is a public access glass arts studio in Boston, Massachusetts and is a place where beginners and as well as those with experience are welcome to share a nurturing environment, and to grow and develop their creative skills in a warm, inviting atmosphere.

Pieces made during the lesson can be picked up within two weeks after the lesson and shipping is also available. All tools and materials are included in the cost of the class.


Additional InformationITEM/SKU NUMBER  XD-953-001


Cancellation Policy Cancellation Policy:

All changes to reservations for the Boston Creative Glass Workshop Experience require fourteen (14) days advance notice.

Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.


glass fabrication 

5 stars

 Well organized, instructive, and fun. 

- - Diablo Glass, Boston, MA

Glass Workshop Review 

5 stars

 Excellent experience. Had a teacher who very obviously loved what he did and was able to talk and show a novice through basic to more advanced techniques. Great experience to spend time with the creative artist. 

- - Diablo Glass School

Question: Where in Boston is this located?

Answer: The Creative Glass Workshop takes place on Terrace Street in Boston.

Question: I'm interested in taking a glass blowing workshop in Boston, specifically the flameworking class. How do I know which days it's offered?

Answer: On the left side of the page, click on the "When It's Offered" tab. A calendar will appear. Hover your mouse over the date you'd like to request to see what class is offered that day.

Question: How many other people will be in the workshop?

Answer: It may vary, but most classes have a maximum of 10 people.

Question: I'm signed up for the Boston Creative Glass Workshop. What do I need to bring?

Answer: You should bring a water bottle, UV sunglasses for protection and a box labeled with your name to pack your pieces. You should also wear cotton clothing and closed toed shoes. Everything else will be provided by the school.

Question: What happens if my piece breaks?

Answer: Unfortunately it happens sometimes. Either during the class or the annealing process. If it does happen it must be thrown away for safety reasons.