Freeze it, Fuse it, Roll it up!

September 13th - September 15th
Priscilla Kar Yee Lo , Isaac Tecosky |

In this investigative class, we will explore nontraditional pate de verre method called “freeze and fuse” and its application in the hot shop. By making silicone moulds of low relief patterns and designs and using them to make freeze and fuse powder wafers, students will learn new methods of mark making in the hot studio. Together, we will explore different applications of the freeze and fused forms in the hot shop including encasing, rolling up, and surface placement. This intensive course is made for students with introductory glass experience who want to incorporate kiln form techniques into their hotshop practice.

What to Expect:  

Learning Objectives

1. To learn how to use pourable silicone to make moulds for freeze and fuse.

2. To gain knowledge on the freeze and fuse process and how to create kiln schedules for firing.

3. To learn the anatomy of the bubble as it applies to picking up freeze and fuse parts.

4. To incorporate these non traditional pate de verre additions with traditional glass forming techniques.

Read more about how to prepare for class on our Registration Info page. 

Eligibility: Open to ages 14 and up. 

Pick-up: Read more about how to prepare for class on our Registration Info page.

This class meets Friday, September 13th, 6-9pm, Saturday, September 14th & Sunday, September 15th 10am-6pm both days

This is an in-person class taking place on-site at UrbanGlass. Health and safety guidelines will be emailed to you upon registration. 

We recommend registering for classes early to reserve your spot! We base materials, and teacher needs off of student enrollment. Early registration not only guarantees your spot in class, but also helps to ensure the class will run. Classes with low enrollment may be cancelled within two weeks of the start date of class. Contact our Registrar of Education, Ari Eshoo, at if you have questions about the class or would like to arrange a payment plan.

Class Schedule
  • Weekend | 3 Sessions: September 13 — September 15
    Friday, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
UrbanGlass Studio
647 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Priscilla Kar Yee Lo

Growing up as a Chinese immigrant taught Priscilla success equated to assimilation and stability. After years as a healthcare worker where she experienced the blunt reality of intersectionality of race…

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Isaac Tecosky

Isaac is a glass fabricator based in Brooklyn. Arriving in 2006, he began as a studio technician at UrbanGlass. With no prior experience, he started as an apprentice. Isaac joined…

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