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Introduction to Flameworking

Learn to manipulate glass into 3-D forms. Working with borosilicate glass, we’ll cover a variety of flameworking techniques including shaping, bending and fusing glass rods as well as tubing.

Special Notes

  • All materials and equipment provided. Wear clothing made of natural fibers to class.
About the Instructor

Kristi Totoritis

Totoritis completed her BFA at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA, majoring in crafts and material studies as well as painting in 2010. She completed a competitive internship residency program in 2011 at the Chrysler Museum of Art Glass Studio as has continued to be adjunct faculty since. Currently she is an MVA candidate at the Australian National University as a member of the glass workshop and the print media workshop at the School of Art. Totoritis has studied both nationally and internationally at craft schools including Pilchuck Glass School, Pittsburgh Glass Center, The Studio at Corning and Canberra Glassworks.

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Introduction to Flameworking

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Class Details
April 5 - May 2410 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Day: Thu
Tuition: $180.00
Member Tuition: $162.00
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Kristi Totoritis
Seats Available: 5
Level: Beginner
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