28 Monday / January 28, 2019

Enamel Pour Glass Plate Class

02:00 pm to 04:00 pm
229 W Grimes Ln

Enamel Pour Glass Plate Class

Sunday, January 27, 2-5pm
This class is the glass version of the currently popular acrylic pour painting technique. In this fun 3 hour class, you will get to play with enamel paints and learn different techniques for creating galaxy-like effects on fused glass. We will be using non-toxic and food safe enamel paints designed for enamel pours.
During this 1 day class you will learn how to perform enamel pours using different techniques to achieve varied effects. You will create two 5×5” poured test tiles with the techniques of your choice. We will fuse and slump it for you and it will be ready to pick up in about a week.

Class limit: 8 students
Ages: 13 and up
Tuition: $70
Prerequisite: none
Instructor: Anne Brahaum

Children / Education / Entertainment

28 Monday / January 28, 2019


08:00 pm to 11:00 pm
IU Auditorium

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