Down to the Wire: Experimental Glassblowing with Cages, Molds, and More

December 2nd - January 20th
Esteban Salazar |

This class will explore the amazing ability glass has to take on beautiful and unexpected forms. Using experimental tools and methods, while expanding on fundamental glassblowing techniques, students will explore a world of new shapes. Utilizing the compatibility between copper and furnace glass, students will blow and cast into structures made out of copper wire and mesh. Students will also use other wires, materials, and tools to access forms that are almost impossible to create from freehanded glassmaking. This class will open up endless sculptural possibilities, increasing in complexity each week. Expand your technical knowledge of the material, and add new and interesting ideas to play with in the hot shop!  

Having some glassblowing experience goes a long way in this class, but everybody is welcome to join us.

Please note this class skips December 9th & 30th. 

Class Schedule
  • Weekly Class | 6 Sessions: December 2 — January 20
    Saturday, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location
UrbanGlass Studio
647 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Instructor

Esteban Salazar

Transplanted from Bogota, Colombia to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2001, Esteban is a sculptor, educator, and glass artist producing work that goes from hot-sculpted blown glass objects to art installations of optics and light.

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