Norwich Glass Sand Casting Courses 2019 10am – 1pm

£120.00

Level: Beginners and progresses

Price: £120 pp

Maximum availability: 4 people per session

Description

Experience hot glass casting during this introduction to the exciting and very direct method of creating your own solid sculptural forms, textures and impressions in glass. No experience required. Continuing students are welcome.

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During the course students will be introduced to:

  • How to prepare sand moulds
  • How to create simple cast forms, textures and impression in sand moulds
  • How to add coloured powders and inclusions
  • How to pour hot glass into sand mould.

Things to bring and ideas for the course:

Students can bring in their own objects (approx. 13 cm or smaller) to press/imprint into the sand moulds (e.g. man-made forms, military metals, nautical objects, antique jewellery or organic materials, bark, leaves, pebbles, rocks). Objects will be removed prior to casting and not be harmed.

Student Comments

I really enjoyed my time here, it was really fun to make sand casts, would love to come back soon!

Norfolk Deaf Children’s Society

Course Bookings

Booking course dates and times are subject to availability and may alter. The booking time is an approximate time and may be subject to change due to availability and the hand made glass-making processes which may run slighter over.

We recommend you arrive on the hour to watch a demonstration or at least arrive 5 minutes before the booking time. Please see Terms & Conditions.

Glass work can be collected the following day once cooled down. Alternatively P&P can be arranged 

Clink links Collection of Glass Work and P&P  and Preparing for Courses for further  course information.

SALT’s Gift Vouchers for Glassmaking Courses make a fantastic gift

For further course details contact SALT or email info@saltglassstudios.co.uk

Please see Terms & Conditions.

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