Glass Blowing Class in Philadelphia
Enjoy a Private Two Hour Glassblowing Class in East Falls, Philadelphia
Price for 2 participants
Learn to create hand blown glass artwork with the aid of a professional artisan during this exciting hands-on glassblowing workshop in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia. Whether you’re an absolute beginner or an intermediate student looking to refine your skills, this Glass Blowing Class Philadelphia is the perfect opportunity to get that creative energy flowing.
Whether you are looking to begin a new hobby or you are simply looking to try it, this Glassblowing Class is opportunity to create your very own masterpiece out of molten glass!
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Sherman Mills is a 19th century textile mill that is undergoing a transformation into a vibrant, diverse artists' community. There are 40+ artist studios in the complex, including sculptors, painters, stained glass artists, warm glass artists (slumping and fusing), potters, weavers, and others. Sherman Mills is the 2nd largest group of artist studios in Philadelphia and still growing. East Falls Glassworks is convenient to Center City Philadelphia, New Jersey, the Main Line and surrounding suburbs.
Pieces made during the lesson can be picked up two days after the lesson and shipping is also available. All tools and materials are included in the cost of the class.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1266-001
Xperience Certificates« cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
My husband and I had an awesome experience at the Philadelphia Glass Blowing Class. Our instructor was Nikolaj and he was very informative and instructed us on safety procedures. With his guidance we were able to make 5 pieces - all unique and which we will treasure and show off to our friends & family. What a great Birthday gift from our daughter in Florida!!!
- Arlene Kirschner - East Falls Glassworks, Friday, May 10, 2013
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful time learning the art of glass blowing. It was a perfect date to have during the day, and we each made three items, all of which came out beautifully! Our instructor was very helpful and informative. It was nice not to be spoken down to because neither of us had ever tried glass blowing before. Our instructor, Nikolaj, went beyond basic techniques, and really made the experience special. We cannot wait to go back for another visit.
- Kathleen H - East Falls, Monday, April 29, 2013
Loved it! Had a great time. We hope to go back soon.
- Erin Davidson - Philadelphia, Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Experience was a lot of fun as a couple. We had a full 2 hour private lesson and made a number of pieces. The staff was great and very helpful. Wonderful hands on different experience! Highly recommend this if you've ever had the desire!
- RMS - NJ, Wednesday, February 15, 2012
I had a wonderful time - First experience with glass blowing. This was a great Father's Day / Birthday gift from my son and his wife (not to forget Rambo - The dog). My instructor Ben was fantastic. The items I made turned out great. Thank you
- Tom Kowalski - East Falls Glass Works, Tuesday, September 28, 2010
The experience was fun. I love keeping the items we made in the class. It was very educational but laid back. We learned a lot and it is something we will probably do in the future.
- Brian Lucas - East Falls, Saturday, December 19, 2009
Everyone was great especially our teacher, Penny. This was a present from me for our fifth anniversary. What an experience!! We are hooked to glass blowing. Everyone was completely cool and gave detailed instructions so you do not hurt or injure yourself or others. Penny was patient and attentive an awesome teacher all around. She really made our experience great. We even got to see her personal work, jewelery made of glass. We look forward to doing this again and again!!!
- Robyn Lee - East Falls Glass Works, Friday, December 18, 2009
Question: I'm interested in purchasing this for my mother's 60th birthday, she has never attempted glass blowing. My only concern is that the blowing will be a bit much, I have no experience with glass blowing either so I would like to know what she can expect so I can judge if this will be appropriate for her.
Answer: You may view a video of the Glass Blowing studio and process via the following link:
Glass Blowing Class.
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