GLASSWORKS CLASSESCLASSES / WORKSHOPS (You can also visit our FACEBOOK page for Museum Glassworks news and information.)
Glassworks Studio is a hot-glass teaching facility owned and operated by the National Bottle Museum®. It is located in a small garage just off Rt. 50 on Washington Street in the Village of Ballston Spa, NY.
Classes in “Flameworking” aka “Lampworking” are offered on a regular basis and conducted by resident artists.
Special classes by guest instructors are offered as one or two day special weekend events.
A wealth of information is available for those wishing to pursue formal training leading to a full time career in the field of glass.
Kindly call Heather Leyh Longacker (518) 817-5524 or e-mail her at Heather@GlintGlass.com
To reserve class space
or for further information, please call Lisa Daigle
To visit us on FACEBOOK, click here
For more information, visit www.glassworksstudio.org
Glassworking CreationsCreations of Museum Glassworks
Glassworking Instructor Larry RutlandLarry Rutland creating a glass Christmas ornament.
Glassworking SuppliesTable ready for glassworking projects at Museum Glassworks in Ballston Spa, NY
Glassworks Flame (close up)Close up of Larry Rutland's talented hands creating something wonderful with a flame.
Lisa Daigle - Museum Glassworks Director and InstructorLisa Daigle - Flameworking Instructor and Director of Museum Glassworks in Ballston Spa, NY
Museum Glassworks InstructorsMuseum Glassworks Instructors: Lisa Diagle (Director), Larry Rutland, and Sally Prasch