Glass Fusing (Ages 9-11)
Let's learn how to fuse and slump glass in a furnace called a kiln. We'll make cool designs by cutting out colorful sheets of glass. When we layer different colors on top of each other and fire them in the kiln, the glass fuses together into a finished object. We'll make small pieces of art that are perfect for your home!
- This is an On-site course. Students must follow current CDC + VDH guidance outlined on our website: visarts.org
About the Instructor
Erin Cross is a non-binary artist, curator and educator concerned with our ecological and societal futures. They engage with mediums including plastics, glass, video, ephemera, and the body.
Majoring in Craft and Material Studies with emphases in glass, metal, and fiber, they graduated Cum Laude from VCUarts in Richmond, VA in 2018. They are currently pursuing a Master's of Fine Art in Interdisciplinary Arts from Sierra Nevada University.
Their work has shown at State and Lemp in Boise, ID, The National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, PA, Slover Library in Norfolk, VA, and in Richmond, VA at The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, The Singleton Center, the Anderson Gallery, SEDIMENT Arts, Artemis Gallery, Studio Two Three, Iridian Gallery, and The Collegiate School. They have curated at Delia Dante Gallery, the Anderson Gallery and Artemis Gallery.See More Classes By Instructor