Kiln Cast Bowls Class Details

Kiln Cast Bowls

50 star rating (2 reviews)
One Day Only: 

Where:  Delphi's Lansing Creativity Center

When:  2:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Approx. Material Cost: Included

Experience Required: None

Type of Class: Demonstration and hands-on project

Class Description: Create a unique bowl with a custom shaped drop ring. Students will learn how to make fiberboard molds; one for casting glass and one for dropping the glass through. Fuse glass with frit, confetti and stringers to create a one-of-a-kind piece of art! No experience is necessary. Fusing schedules and temperatures will be covered. The bowl will be fused and slumped after class and is usually available one week after class. Pieces can be mailed for a small fee.

Safety: Please do not wear sandals if cutting or handling glass. Safety glasses must be worn during class, provided if needed.

Tools & Materials Included: Use of our frits, confetti, and stringers

Additional Tools & Materials: Paper and pen for notes - optional

See the cancellation policy.

  • Cost: $75
  • Registration Closed
  • Category
  • Fusing
  • Skill Level
  • Beginner
  • Need Help?
  • Call: 800-248-2048 x3024

Class Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
  •   Best class yet at Delphi
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Pros : New process, great coaching by Roy, learned from others in the class
Cons : Wish it were a little longer, maybe a 3 hour class? Or maybe it was just this group.
Other Thoughts : Have taken several classes at Delphi over the past 3 years. Roy Kapp is just an amazing resource who is most willing to share everything he knows. Takes time with every student and answered all our many questions.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   It's Hard Waiting
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Pros : -so fascinating -learned a lot about 'personalities' of glass -a new avenue for me to explore -Roy is again his humourous knowledgable self!
Cons : -could you make this over two days so we could at least see our patty before it is dropped? -perhaps we could do two sizes... I would really like to know more about the actual fusing. I'm not sure my little kiln would handle this..
Other Thoughts : Looking forward to Kiln Cast Bowls 202
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