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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
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