Hi all, I'm Malcom Potek.  Thanks for considering classes at Potekglass.

 

For folks who are new to the site, class descriptions are located below, and currently available dates for classes can be found using the side navigation bar. All classes offered at Potekglass include materials.  No “kit fees” or glass purchases necessary. Tools and safety equipment will be provided.

 

Cant find a class to fit your schedule? Classes are updated regularly - check back soon and there will be more sessions available.

Feel free to e-mail us at info@potekglass.com with any questions or inquiries regarding the studio, classes or equipment rental. We look forward to having you in the shop!

What is offered at Potekglass studios?

Try-iT! Classes

 

 Our Try-iT! classes are introductory level glass-making classes, geared toward the novice who would like to experience what it means to manipulate glass.

 

Each individual Try-iT! course will spend 3 hours focused upon a few fundamentals specific to the type of glass used and the technique highlighted. While each class highlights different elements, techniques from each class will contribute to a better understanding - and may be applied - to a wide expanse of glass craft techniques.

Make-iT! Classes

 

 

 Make-iT! classes are project-based, all-day workshops (10am-5pm, with a 1-hour lunch break). Instructed often by visiting artists as well as in-studio staff, these classes are formulated to be appropriate for the beginning to intermediate level glass-worker. Participants in Make-iT! classes need to have either taken a Try-iT! class or have some previous experience with glass. These Make-iT! intermediate level workshops will facilitate an opportunity for students to focus on a specific technique, through personalized instruction and core projects. 

                Visiting Artist Workshops

 

Potekglass studio has been host to a variety of masters in varying glass crafts. A few times a year, internationally acclaimed instructors and artists will teach classes at Potekglass, usually 2-day intensive workshops. Check your monthly e-mail newsletter from the shop to ensure your knowledge of these rare opportunities to experience individual instruction from experts within the boundless medium of glass.