WORKSHOP : August 20, 2019.
Time: 30min slots from 10am-5pm
Tickets available here.
Make a beautiful sun catcher hanging this Summer in one of our special Summer School Sessions.
Come and have a go at glass fusing.
Our 30 minute “Suncatcher Workshop” will be for ages 6 and upwards. In a relaxed, friendly and safe atmosphere, Gemma and Michelle will introduce you to the basics of “tack fusing” glass, using a rainbow palette of colourful glass to create a suncatcher.*
Gemma and Michelle have lots of experience in creating fun, inspiring and creative sessions. Classes are run from Space 2 at Manchester Craft and Design Centre in the inspiring Northern Quarter of the city centre.
There are limited places for each time slot, so please book early to avoid dissapointment. We will have a very small number of places available as walk-ins on the day.
“Thank you Michelle and Gemma. The session was brilliant and totally creative. Will tell my friends and relatives!!!”
“Very well prepared and delivered course. Pitched at the right level”
“Excellent resources; good range of materials to use. Thanks very much. Will definitely recommend.”
Location: Studio 2, Manchester Craft and Design Centre, 17 Oak Street, Manchester, M4 5JD**
*The glass suncatchers will be fired in our kiln after the workshop. They will be available to collect from Studio 26 at Manchester Craft & Design Centre one week later. Alternatively you can arrange postage on the day or here.
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