The Brazee Street Studios Story (so far)
Brazee Street Studios is an artist community housing over 25 professional artist studios, Brazee Street School of Glass, and C-LINK Gallery.
Located in Oakley's growing arts district in Cincinnati, Ohio, Brazee Street Studios' building is the renovation of Oakley Tool and Die, a factory in operation from 1930-1980. Brazee Street School of Glass (SOG) provides quality education in kilnforming techniques and is a recognized Bullseye Glass Resource Center. SOG offers a range of classes for for artists, adults, and children of all skill levels. Click here for a list of classes.
Brazee Street Studios is the brainchild of local artist and Oakley business owner, Sandra Gross. After years working as a glass artist, Sandy wanted to create a glass studio that could offer quality education in kiln-formed glass to the Cincinnati community. By combining this educational mission with her dedication to green construction and ecological conservation, Brazee Street Studios now exists as a unique community and educational space in Cincinnati.