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Adult Classes

Beadmaking with Kristina Logan

$ 525.00

Beadmaking with Kristina Logan
Beadmaking with Kristina Logan
Beadmaking with Kristina Logan
Beadmaking with Kristina Logan
Beadmaking with Kristina Logan
Beadmaking with Kristina Logan

Adult Classes

Beadmaking with Kristina Logan

$ 525.00

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Class Dates: 
Saturday + Sunday, October 14 + 15, 2017
10am - 5pm each day

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Brazee Street School of Glass is thrilled to welcome back master flameworker, Kristina Logan! Kristina will be at Brazee to teach this 2-day jam-packed comprehensive workshop using Bullseye Glass, focusing on refining your PRECISION at the torch!  Learn from the very best, and see why Logan has earned her reputation as "Dot Queen"!

This unique Bullseye-only workshop is designed for people who would like to perfect their beadmaking skills and work with a new color palette.  Kristina will help students achieve precise results at the torch.  A broad spectrum of techniques will be explained and demonstrated: various surface decorations, dots!, clear casing, working large beads, and troubleshooting common mistakes and difficulties.  Class time will also be devoted to learning how to put a silver core into a bead.

Some beadmaking experience is required.

Class will take a lunch break each day (lunch not included in price of class). We will pick up orders from Sleepy Bee Cafe daily. Or you are welcome to pack your own lunch or walk to other options in our Oakley neighborhood.

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
Register for this workshop before AUGUST 1, Workshop Tuition - $525

Workshop Tuition after August 1 - $575



 

KRISTINA LOGAN
is recognized internationally for her glass beads. She is an independent artist who lives and works in New Hampshire. Kristina travels extensively throughout the United States and Europe teaching workshops and lecturing on contemporary glass beads and jewelry. Kristina has taught beadmaking at such well know schools as The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York, Urban Glass in Brooklyn, New York, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Maine, Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, Musée-Atelier du Verre à Sars-Poteries in France, and Centro Studio Vetro and Abate Zanetti in Venice, Italy. 
For more information, visit kristinalogan.com