Date(s) - April 21, 2016
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Greta and Marc Hanesworth have years of experience teaching stained glass and we couldn’t be prouder to have them with us again this fall for their third class series at the Dairy Barn! Students will create their own simple stained glass project (Great gift idea!) and Greta will instruct students on the basic techniques needed as well as other tricks of the trade. This series is great for people with no experience, or for folks with a little background, looking to practice their skills.
Where? The AEP wing of the Loft upstairs at the Dairy Barn.
Time: Thursday evenings from 5:30-7:30
Dates: 4 classes starting April 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th with a possible 5th class on May 5th if needed to complete pieces.
Cost: $120.00 ($110 for members)
There is a $20.00 automatic materials fee and a $100.00 ($90.00 for members) instructional fee. Attendants of the class will learn the very basic techniques of stain glass and complete one project by the end of the 4 weeks. All materials will be provided by the Dairy Barn and the Artists. Safety glasses will be provided but if participants have a pair of safety glasses they are fond of, they are welcome to bring them. participants should dress comfortably and avoid flowing or overly loose clothing as they will be working with soldering irons and other potentially catching materials. To register for this class, first call (740)592-4981 or email Education Director Lyn Stanton firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure there is room in the class and fill out the Registration Form making sure to add the class catalog number and title. For this class, the Barn also requires a Release Form.
The Dairy Barn Arts Center