Chrysler Museum Glass Studio


745 Duke Street

Norfolk, VA 23510


(757) 333-6299

Get fired up at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio. The state-of-the-art facility brings the Museum’s renowned glass collection to life with free demonstrations, classes, special artist lectures, collaborations with educational organizations, a Studio Assistantship program, and more. Take a class for beginners and leave with handmade keepsakes or enroll in advanced classes to hone your craft. Enhanced safety protocols, including the use of compressed air for glassblowing, help keep everyone safe. 

Don't miss Glass After Dark, a new monthly program that brings hot glass and live music together for memorable evenings. Also, mark your calendar for the inaugural presentation of The Vitreous Theater on February 11, and watch as dance, drama, music, and sculpture meld with glass in unsuspecting ways. 

The Chrysler Museum Glass Studio is open Tuesday–Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Free demos at noon. Admission is free. For more information, visit

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Haystack Mountain School of Crafts


P.O. Box 518

Deer Isle, ME 04627


(207) 348-2306

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school in Maine connecting people through craft. Offering two-week residency and one- and two-week intensive workshop sessions in various media (June through August). Haystack awards more than 125 scholarships for workshops annually, which are available through competitive application to those who are 18 years of age or older. Deadlines: February 1 for Residency applicants and also for Workshop Scholarship applicants; and March 1 for Workshop Regular (non-scholarship) applicants. For more information or to download an application, visit or email

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Pittsburgh Glass Center


5472 Penn Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15206



Pittsburgh Glass Center (PGC) is a nonprofit, public-access education center; an art gallery; a state-of-the-art glass studio; a community builder; and a hub for innovation and creativity.  Anyone can take classes, explore the contemporary glass gallery, and watch the live hot glass demonstrations. World-renowned glass artists come here to create and teach. You can too.

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The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass


1 Museum Way

Corning, NY 14830


(607) 438-5100

The Studio is an internationally renowned facility that offers glassworking classes for a variety of skill levels. Classes are taught by top artists and instructors from around the world, and are held year-round. Students enjoy the resources of The Studio, as well as the Museum’s collection and the Rakow research library. Spring and fall classes include ten-week sessions that meet once per week, as well as weekend sessions and one-day sessions. Summer and winter intensive classes are one or two weeks in length. Scholarships are available. Other resources include studio rentals, artist residencies, live streamed artist demos, and video resources. Learn more or apply online at

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647 Fulton St.

Brooklyn, NY 11217



UrbanGlass is a leading resource for both aspiring and established artists wishing to create with glass. We foster innovative art, and advance the use and appreciation of glass as a creative medium. UrbanGlass is a comprehensive public-access studio with an extensive education program. Areas of study include hot glass casting and glassblowing, flame-working, bead-making, stained glass, kilnforming and kiln casting, and cold working and mosaics. Classes and private lessons are available to the public throughout the year and offer opportunities for beginners and advanced artists alike. Our state-of-the-art studios are also available for rent, making it easy for students and professionals to continue creating with glass.

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