Spring Fling Workshop

No experience necessary for this fun collection of spring inspired glass. Create a dragonfly, a 3″x9″ plant stake, and a woven mini plant pot basket. There is ample opportunity for you to create your own designs or follow our demo designs. All supplies and tools are included.

Cost: $65/person

Sunday March 18 10am-noon BOOK ONLINE

Saturday March 31st 10am-noon BOOK ONLINE 


Vitrigraph Demo

Learn how to set up a vitrigraph kiln, pull a variety of shapes, create patterns and marbling. Each student will have a collection of vitrigraph stringer to use in their future glass projects.
No experience necessary but people who have taken the intro to fusing or equivalent will get the most out of this demonstration.

$10/person (must register in advance)

Friday January 12 10am


Saturday January 20 10am


Etched Cuff Workshop

Create your own one of a kind copper or stainless steel cuff. Each participant will etch a design into the metal then choose from a huge selection of glass gems for embellishment. Cuffs will be ready to take home the same day.

$55/student all materials included

Saturday January 13th 1-3pm


Sunday February 4th 1-3pm




Bowling Parties

All the fun of our other parties but this time each participant creates a 10″ bowl and two pendants. Clear circles are pre-cut then participants use various colours and types of glass to create the design. Minimum three and maximum nine participants. Book your own private session or jump into one of our scheduled events. $65/person includes all materials

Saturday February 10th 10am-noon BOOK ONLINE FULL

Saturday Feb 3rd 2-4pm BOOK ONLINE FULL

Saturday Feb 24th 2-4pm BOOK ONLINE FULL

Sunday March 4th 10am-noon FULL but you can join the wait list: BOOK ONLINE 

Just added! Sunday March 25th 2-4pm BOOK ONLINE

Just Added! Saturday April 7th 10-noon BOOK ONLINE 


Couples Night

Grab your mate and come to the studio for a new and fun experience! Each couple will create a large bowl using a variety of techniques. No experience is necessary but experienced glass artists will also get some new ideas. All tools and glass is provided to make a 13-15″ bowl or platter (each couple chooses their preferred shape/size). BYOB

November Couples night is now full.

Friday January 19th 7-9:30pm BOOK ONLINE FULL

Friday February 16th 7-9:30pm BOOK ONLINE

Friday March 16th 7-9:30pm BOOK ONLINE

Patrick is showing off an example of the glass platter that he created for Couples Night. 




Beginner Fused Glass

This four week class is a great introduction to fusing and art glass techniques. You will learn to create a number of projects from jewellery to plates. Once finished you will not only have beautiful art to display but you will also have an excellent grasp of how glass behaves at different temperatures. Each student will create a bowl, a platter, a few small dishes and coasters, a pendant, and an ornament. This introduction will give you the skills required to rent studio time and further your practice in glass. Careful glass is very addictive!

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Photography in Glass for Beginners

This shorter introduction to photography in glass gives students a taste of the process on a two layer 5″x6″ glass arc. In two sessions students will create their own standing glass image.

Prerequisite: Intro to Fusing or equivalent

**NOTE: photographs must be emailed to Jennifer no later than January 30th. Cut off for registering for this class will also be January 30th. For questions about photos please email Jennifer at currentworksofglass@gmail.com

Wednesday February 21st & 28th 10am


Advanced Powder Class

This class is for students who have completed a beginner class or equivalent. The focus of this intensive class will be the use of powders in a variety of techniques. Shading, mixing with binders, cold combing, wafers, and sculpting powder surface textures are some of the effects covered. The focus is on one of a kind pieces so students will make their own designs for stencils, and create their own layered thick designs on clear bases.

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Make a Pendant-book any time!

Contact Jennifer at currentworksofglass@gmail.com to book any day and time that suits. There is no minimum number to participate so book for one person or several. This is a one hour session without glass cutting. We have loads of colourful glass in all kinds of shapes and sizes. Your assembled pendant will go in the kiln and be ready for you within 48 hours.

Cost per student for one pendant: $10

PARTY NIGHTS (or days)

Pick a night (or during the day) and grab some friends for a unique experience!

Choose from a variety of options such as pendants, sun-catchers or coasters and mosaic 8×10″ dishes. Spend approximately two hours playing with glass and visiting with friends. At the end of the evening your creations go into the kiln. Finished pieces are ready for pick up within a week. This class offers a little bit of glass teaching and a lot of creativity and laughter. Read more for details:

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Soap Dish Workshops-book any time!

Make your own soap dish to match one of our locally made bars of soap. This is a fun one hour workshop with no experience necessary. A great opportunity to come out on your own or with a friend or relative. Class times are booked on demand so email Jennifer at currentworksofglass@gmail.com to arrange a time.

$20/soap dish (includes a bar of soap).

Photos in thick glass


Note: the next session of the photos in thick glass will be in January 2018. We will be offering a mini two session course in October 2017. Details coming soon!

Here it is! This class has been requested so many times I have lost count. It is a tricky one to plan so it took me a while to work out the details.

Students will learn how to embed photography into thick fused glass. We will work on how to prepare your photographs, design and composition of the photo and the finished glass piece, adding powdered glass designs for additional depth and interest, and planning for multi step complex glass art.

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Colourful Landscape in Powder

This is a two class project for students with previous fused glass experience.

This 6″x8″ all glass landscape is created entirely with glass powders. We will also create a glass base to display the finished piece. 

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Fused Tiles & Roll Ups

Learn Hot Combing or Pattern Bar Techniques at Current Works of Glass

Hot Combing and Pattern bar techniques are wonderful for decorative panels, bowls, platters, dishes, and even jewellery. They are also great as tiles for blown glass roll ups. We are offering private lessons on both techniques. Each tile involves approximately three visits to the studio to learn the different steps.

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Glass Gabbing

One hour of brain storming and Q&A on all things glass. Bring your ideas, questions, or simply curiosity and we will chat about it. Free for Studio Time Card holders and $5 at the door for everyone else.

Sessions are held on the last Thursday of the month from 6:30-7:30 and the last Friday of the month from 10am-11am.

Please email jenniferkelly@rogers.com to register.


Intro to Sandblasting

No previous glass experience is required. This two hour session offers students an introduction to sandblasting on glass. Students will use the drill press to drill a hole in a glass base then sandblast an image. We will use glass ornaments as our “test piece”. Once students complete this intro course they are welcome to rent time on the sandblaster. Note: any glass can be etched in our sandblasting room. Once you have learned the basics you can bring in wine glasses, vases, anything glass and personalize it.


September 7th 7-8:30pm BOOK ONLINE

September 19th 10-11:30 am BOOK ONLINE




Kiln Casting Level 1 with France Grice


Next session is in the spring. Contact jenniferkelly@rogers.com

Come and learn about glass casting from one of the area’s finest sculptors in glass!

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