Art Glass Coasters Class for Beginners

Fun workshop where you make a set of 6 coasters!

Jenie Yolland

Jenie Yolland

4.0 (1)

3 hours Class size 1 to 3

label $185 - $200 or 4 payments of $46.25 - $50 Afterpay
(Earlybird price of $185 applies if you book into a public session 28+ days ahead, otherwise $200 per guest when you book for 1 guest, $185 for 2+ guests)

In-person classes are permitted to operate in Victoria, under the state government's guidelines

Your teacher, Jenie Yolland is COVID-19 aware

This means that this teacher won't run a class if they've had flu symptoms in the last 14 days, and will adhere to relevant state restrictions (e.g. on maximum number of students per class)

Also, this class has a flexible cancellation/rescheduling policy, so participants are encouraged not to attend if they are unwell

This is a workshop for absolute beginners art glass coasters for beginners!

In this coaster workshop you will make six unique and fun coasters designed for your home or to give a friend, they can be matching or all different.

You can make six coasters that are matchy matchy or six that are totally different from one another. It's up to you! Each coaster measures 9cms x 9cms - each one is your own mini masterpiece. Come and give it a go!

During the workshop you will learn:
- the basic and correct skills required to use glass as an artistic medium
- the fundamentals of glass cutting
- about art glass how it performs in the kiln and introduced to the endless potential of glass fusing and slumping.

You’ll be surprised at how clever you are at making something wonderful! About 14 days after the workshop (often sooner) your coaster set will be ready for you to collect. Progress pictures will be taken and emailed to you so you know what’s happening step by step.

Share the fun, if you come with a friend or two, and get a discount as well. This is a workshop for three people, so you get loads of attention and have loads of fun over the three hours we are together.

This is a truly wonderful gift to make for someone you love, bring them along and make memories together.

This is a workshop for three people – so you are well looked after with loads of individual attention. Its an enjoyable experience in a creative, fun, safe, friendly and stimulating environment. We even have great music playing during the workshop.

See you soon.

Aside from this class, this teacher also has the following coming up:

Knowledge Required
No knowledge is required. This is a Level One workshop for beginners.
What you'll get
Everything you need to make your set of 6 mini-masterpieces, that is, six coasters each one is 9cms x 9cms.
- All materials used including the choice from over 14 different colours
- Use of studio tools
- Kiln firing of your plate after you leave (usually 3 firings in total)
- Cookies, tea, coffee, mineral water or hot chocolate, sometimes bubbly if you let me know in advance that its a celebration (over 18s of course)
- To forget about the real world for a couple of hours
- To listen to great music
What to bring
You don't need to bring anything, everything is provided.
Please wear clothes that include some kind of sleeve (not a tank top). Please wear closed-toe shoes. (no thongs, no sandals that aren’t closed-toe shoes). You need to be able to stand securely on both feet.

Artists At Work - 127 Church Street, Richmond VIC

Your teacher
Jenie Yolland
Jenie Yolland

4.0 (1)

I’m like a kid in a lolly shop. I’m endlessly impressed and inspired – by the work of others, by colours and textures, by everything around me, man-made and natural! This abundance of inspiration leads me to lots of different design techniques and styles, all of which I find stimulating, challenging and fulfilling.

Anyway, I love sharing it – that’s why I run workshops – it makes me happy and its my hope that some of this joy spills over to you as well.

You’ll can create graphic Mondrian style bowls and platters and feminist-invoking “Break The Glass Ceiling” pendants, earrings and brooches.

You can build wonderful glass Hearts which we frame and you can hang in your home or give away to a loved one.

The relationship between the glass elements in each piece means no two pieces are exactly alike, much as no story is ever retold in exactly the same way, so it is with every glass work that you create in a workshop.

You can truly say, no-one else, anywhere, has one quite like it. You can also say "I made this!"

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