Parent & Child Fused Glass Ornament Workshop


Saturday, December 3rd
Members $15 |  Non-Members $20
Ages 10+
Instructor: Irene Maginniss

This workshop is designed for parents and their children who are seeking an opportunity to take a glass class together. During this workshop, students will be introduced to the process of shaping and assembling glass for the creation of a unique and colorful Christmas tree ornament. This workshop is a great way to learn the basics of fusing in a fun and family-friendly atmosphere.  Each attendee will create an ornament. Ages 10+ with an adult is required. Includes all materials.


Mommy & Me Art Workshop

Mommy & Me

Mommy & Me Art

Ages: 3-5 with parent
Cost: $6/child

Upcoming Classes:
Jan. 5, 12:30-1:30pm (register by 1/3)
Feb. 2, 12:30-1:30pm (register by 1/31)
March 2, 12:30-1:30pm (register by (2/28)

Set a play date with your child and join us for a morning of fun as your little one explores a variety of art forms and builds their coordination, motor skills, art vocabulary and listening skills. Come to class ready to paint, print, watercolor, explore mixing colors and much more!

To register, please click the button and select a session.

Landscape in Fused Glass Workshop

Landscapein FG

Date: Feb. 4th, 1-4pm
Members $45 |  Non-Members $55
Instructor: Irene Maginniss

Try your hand at designing a piece of art with layering colored glass.  Glass workshops are a great opportunity to experiment with a new medium without the commitment of an 8 week class and pressure of purchasing glass.  Students will have a wide variety of colored sheet glass, frits and millefiori (irregular mosaic-type class shapes) to choose from to create a landscape, seascape or cityscape.  Examples will be available to inspire you! Finished glass pieces look great in windows as sun catchers or as simply displayed as a work of art.  No experience required.  Materials and firing included. Register by Feb. 1st.

Spoon Ring Workshop

Spoon Ring

Sunday, February 5th, 1-5pm
Members $30 |  Non-Members $40
Instructor: Kristin Ellis

Students will learn how to make an heirloom spoon ring from their family silverware or flea market find. Spoons (or forks!) must be made of sterling silver or silver plated nonferrous metal. Steel and stainless steel are too hard to be worked with the MAC jewelry studio tools. If students are unsure, they can just bring them in for instructor approval the day of the workshop. A selection of spoons will be on hand for purchase in case a student doesn’t have a spoon made of workable metal.

The spoon ring workshop will teach students basic metalsmithing skills, including annealing, cutting, sawing, filing, hammering, bending, sanding, and polishing. Students may be able to complete more than one ring if time permits. Beginners with no jewelry making experience are encouraged to bring extra silverware in case they run into problems on their first attempt. Register by Feb 1st.

Puppet Sewing Circle

Sewing & Singing Workshop
Sewing & Singing Workshop

Puppet Sewing Circle
Saturday, February 18
$10 per child
Grades 1st-8th

Do you like to sew and sing? Introduce your child to needle and thread as they create several different kinds of puppets during this sewing and puppetry workshop! Children will learn how to sew simple running stitches to create their puppets and then bring them to life with song. Parents may stay to help their children if desired. Suitable for children in grades 1st-8th. Please make a paid registration by February 10.