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|More Fire Glass Studio is located at:|
80 Rockwood Place|
Rochester, NY 14610
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More Fire Glass Studio is a 4,000 square foot facility that provides studio space to glass artists.
The spacious and quiet, newly renovated, hot shop includes a 250 pound crucible furnace,
one 18" glory hole and one 12" glory hole, and both front-loading and top-loading annealers.
Qualified glassblowers can rent the hot shop at the day rate (6 hours) of $150 (12" glory hole), or $200 (18" glory hole).
Unlike many hot shops, More Fire also includes fully equipped flameworking facility, including nine torch stations. Torch rental is available for $12 per hour.
|Flameworking & Beadmaking||Hot Shop (Glassblowing)|
|Basic Glass Beadmaking|
Intermediate Glass Beadmaking
Basic Borosilicate Techniques
Soft Glass the Venetian Way: Figures and Blown Glass Objects at the Torch
Mini Bead Workshops (Dichroic Techniques)
|Paperweights for Beginners|
Glassblowing 1: Drips, Balls, Bubbles, and Cups
Glassblowing 2: Vessel Forms
Glassblowing 3: Color Techniques
Glassblowing 4: Bit-Work
Glassblowing 5: Cane Techniques for the Glassblower
Advanced Color Techniques (Murrine, Optic Molds, Incalmo, Complex Cane)
Introduction to Kiln Casting
Introduction to Fusing, Kiln Formed Jewelry, and Small Works
glassblowing web page at 18.104.22.168 last modified: August 20 2006