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Learn the art of glass with us! Register online, phone in with your credit card or visit us in person. 

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Fabricate a beautiful suncatcher in one evening! Our experienced instructors will teach you how to handle glass safely and to assemble your projects with confidence. There are several suncatcher options with glass colours and textures of your choice. Take the finished piece home, ready to hang in your window! All tools and materials included.

No glass experience required.


Join us to learn the Copper Foil Method of stained glass construction. It’s easy! Our experienced instructors will teach you how to handle glass safely and to assemble your project with confidence. There are several project designs with glass colours and textures of your choice. Take the finished panel home ready to hang! All tools and materials included.

No glass experience required. 


Build a unique glass terrarium. An ideal project for plant lovers, and those looking to work with 3D glass designs! Includes all materials and planting advice.

Glass cutting experience required. 


Discover the exciting possibilities of glass fusing and slumping in a kiln. The project is a fully fused and slumped plate of your own design. You will learn about the properties of glass and how it reacts during the heating cycle so you can start planning your next project.

No glass experience required.


Create a beautiful mini-lamp to display in any location. Learn techniques from our experienced instructors. Includes all materials and lamp base.

Glass experience required


Design a fabulous full size lamp to light up any room! Includes all materials. Lamp base extra. 

Glass experience required


Create palm-sized and trendy fused glass projects! This seasonal workshop will cover fusing techniques and System 96 products. We offer instruction in creating small fused works such as Christmas ornaments, Valentine’s day jewelry and summer suncatchers. Projects will change with the seasons, and as always, are great for gifting. Course includes all materials.

No glass experience required.


Create a dramatic glass on glass mosaic project in half a day. Work on a framed glass panel suitable for hanging in a window as soon as you are done. Tool and all materials included. Bring tools if you have them and a lunch. 

No glass experience required.


Design and fabricate traditional mosaic projects with grouted seams on a wood tray. You’ll be ready to serve drinks in style once you are finished. Perfect opportunity to use up all your scrap glass! Discount offered for students who use their own glass. Tray, design patterns, coloured and textured glass, nuggets, beads, glue and tools are all provided.

Some glass experience required.


This popular course is available to those who have glass experience and wish to learn the Lead Came Method. Complete a leaded window with bevels and cathedral glass of your choice. Students should bring their own glass tools if they have them. Other tools, patterns and materials are supplied. You can upgrade your project with more bevels or etched bevels at an additional cost. 

Glass experience required. 


This class is designed for those who have some experience in glass art but don't feel ready to go off onto their own or want to work in a space dedicated to glass art with other like minded people. This is an opportunity to sharpen your skills. Bring in a project of your choice and ask questions specific to that project. Get advice in topics such as pattern design, choosing complimentary glass and effective use of hand tools. Grinders and soldering irons available for use. Participants are responsible to bring and use their own materials and hand tools.

Beginner-intermediate level - some experience required.


Grinders, Soldering irons available to rent week by week. Mold rentals, kiln firing services also available upon request. Ask our staff! 

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  • Gary Wand on

    Mosaic One Course. When is it offered? What is the cost?

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