For the absolute beginner!
prerequisite: There are no prerequisites – this is for people who love cheese!
you get: a charcuterie board of your own making
duration: 3 hours
Please remember you can come back to this workshop again and again.
Come and make a Charcuterie Platter or a Cheese Board!! You’ll love this workshop! It’s for absolute beginners – Level One.
It’ll be 25x25cm in the colours of your choosing and it’ll be gorgeous, like the pictures you can see here.
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 and how it performs in the kiln.
- you’ll be introduced to the endless potential of glass fusing and slumping. Warning! You may be addicted! I did!
What you get:
- everything you need to make your 25cms x 25cms cheeseboard or charcuterie platter.
- all materials used, including your choice from at least two dozen different colours of glass
- use of our studio tools
- kiln firing
- to forget about the real world for a couple of hours
- to enjoy great music!
You’ll be surprised at how clever you are at making fun coasters! No previous experience required for this class. Its fun, creative and non stressful here in the studio!
What do I wear?
Please wear clothes that includes some kind of sleeve (not a singlet top) and closed toe shoes. (No thongs, no sandals that expose your toes., and bring a face mask in case you decide to make your own glass powders.
Do I bring anything with me?
If you’d like to bring refreshments, alcohol or nibbles to this workshop – that’ll be fine, assuming you are over 18 years of age.
When my cheeseboard board be finished?
Once the class is over and the clean up is done, all you need to do is wait for an email from me showing the progress of your plate. I’ll let you know when it is ready to be picked up, usually between 10 – 14 days after your workshop. Your masterpiece will be kept here at my Richmond studio for 1 month after the workshop, it’ll be donated to charity after that time.
Covid and Flu Notice.
If you are or have recently been unwell, let me know and we’ll reschedule your class at zero cost until you are well enough to come and have some fun!
Where is the studio?
My studio is a part of the Swan Street Artist Studio complex. We are on Level 1 of 550 Swan Street Richmond. Its a contemporary art space run by Professional Artists, you’ll love having your workshop in this unique first floor warehouse. It’s a creative, fun, safe, friendly and stimulating environment. You’ll love being here!
Car parks are surprisingly easy to find around our studios. We are on the intersection of Swan Street, and Bendigo Street, Richmond.
You can often park right outside – fortunately we are at the quiet end of Swan Street. But remember the parking here is 2 hours so we’ll get you to set your alarm and make sure we all move our cars at the 2 hour point. Remember there are Clearways in Swan Street, Richmond.
According to Google, there’s a 6-minute walk from Burnley Railway Station to 550 Swan Street (its 450 metres away). Tram 70 stops a few metres from our front door.
I run loads of private workshops. Don’t be shy, bring your family and friends and have the studio to yourselves! It’ll be so much fun. Its a great catch up venue for you all and a fabulous way to create memories together.
I am always happy to add other dates or create a private workshop for you and your friends, if that suits you better. There is space here for a larger group of people to come here and enjoy themselves. Just let me know.
You’ll be photographed during this workshop, please let me know if you don’t want this to happen. Please remember that you can come to this workshop as often as you like. 7 is currently the record number of revisits by one person. Come back and make a different design each time.
If you don’t see a time and date that suits you here please email me [email protected] and we will add a new date just for you.
I look forward to seeing you soon. Trust me: you’ll love it.