**COVID-19 STATEMENT: We are closely monitoring Scottish Government guidelines to ensure the safe provision of all of our programming, including limiting class sizes, and carrying out extensive risk assessments.  Because givernment guidance is regularly changing, we will be touch with all students regarding specifics.  Please get in touch if you have any specific questions or concerns -- we're here to listen.


for Beginners

15th and 16th August

26th and 27th September

7th and 8th November

Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm 

In this workshop you will learn the basics of creating leaded stained glass.  We will cover glass cutting, leading, soldering and some design considerations for working with leaded glass.  This is a great introduction to a craft that is both contemporary and ancient.

£ 160.00


14th and 15th November

Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm 

This is a workshop for those who have attend our "Painting on Glass for Beginners" class  or for those who have a basic knowledge and want to go deeper into multiple firings and the use of enamels and silver stain.

£ 160.00


5th and 6th September

10th and 11th October

Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 4 pm 

This course introduces you to the amazing world of painting on glass, using vitreous paints that will be permanently fired onto the surface of the glass in one of our kilns!

Suitable for complete beginners and perfect for those who wants to bring their stained glass practice to another level.

£ 160.00

GLASS FUSING. Make your own Coaster. 

30th August

5th December

24th October (Halloween themed)

Saturday 10 pm to 3 pm.

This one day workshop will introduce you to the basics of fusing, and enable you to use what you learn to create your own fused glass coaster - perfect for resting your gin, pint or favourite cuppa.

£ 80.00

COPPER FOIL       for Beginners

29th August

31st October

6th December (Xmas themed)

10 am to 3 pm

Get an introduction to stained glass by making a suncatcher on this one day taster session.  You will learn how to folllow a pattern, cut glass, and solder it together.  Originally pioneeered in the 19th century by Tiffany and LaFarge, this technique is the perfect introduction to usingglass for colour and light.

£ 80.00

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