Introduction to Flameworking: Pumpkins and Ghosts

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Introduction to Flameworking: Pumpkins and Ghosts
October 19 & 20, Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Glass Studio, New Wing
Ages: 16 & above
Class Limit: 3 to 6 people
Class Fee: $100, Materials Fee: $30 (Class & Materials Fee: $130)
Instructor: Patty Clone
Prerequisite: None
Registration Closing: October 12

Flameworking, also known as lampworking, is a glassmaking process where the artist uses the flame of a torch to melt colored or clear glass rods. Once molten, the artist shapes the glass using gravity and tools. You will be guided through the process of using the torch and glass rods to create tiny glass pumpkins and ghosts. This class will present a comprehensive introduction to flameworking with an overview of safety issues, costs, and equipment needs.


  • If you are registering for more than one individual, you must note the other student's name(s) in the comment section at checkout with an email address or phone for individuals over 17.
  • Registration is not confirmed until it is processed and you have received a confirmation email from the education coordinator. Seats are limited and booked on a first come, first reserve basis.

WheatonArts offers a wide variety of Creative Experiences for all ages and skill levels. Instructors and participants join together in an ongoing exploration of creativity through multimedia art projects and museum experiences.


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