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Sunday Glass Art Workshops: Introduction to Kiln Glass


Sun 16 Feb 2014, 10:00am–3:00pm
Sun 13 Apr 2014, 10:00am–3:00pm
Sun 18 May 2014, 10:00am–3:00pm
Sun 15 Jun 2014, 10:00am–3:00pm
Sun 14 Sep 2014, 10:00am–3:00pm
Sun 2 Nov 2014, 10:00am–3:00pm
Sun 30 Nov 2014, 10:00am–3:00pm

Where: The Glass Factory, 21 Kings Ave Wanganui, Whanganui, Manawatu / Whanganui

Restrictions: R16

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  • Workshop: $100.00 ea
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Listed by: edith arbuthnot

Glass artist David Traub is holding his Sunday workshops: Introduction to Kiln Glass.

Programme content:
Make a coloured glass tile, two slumped glass bowls and glass brooches. David will demonstrate the basics of fusing, slumping, using coloured glass pieces, powders and frits and kiln firing.

This one-day experience is intended to give you the ability, knowledge and confidence to experiment with these processes on your own. The workshop is suitable for those with no or little prior glass experience.

For more information or to book a workshop, phone David on 021 113 7970 or email

Please feel free to contact David if you'd like to arrange a glass workshop (usually a minimum of 3 people) outside of the advertised dates.

About David:
Born and brought up in New York, David Traub gained his Masters degree in London and Stourbridge in England before emigrating to New Zealand in 1995 to head the Glass programmes at Wanganui Polytechnic.

David’s passion for glass has spanned a career that has seen his work exhibited and selected for numerous national and international publications. He’s an expert on the history of contemporary glass; knowledge he enjoys sharing as much in Whanganui as in England when a visiting lecturer for Sotheby’s in London.

David now works from his studio in Whanganui where he continues his love of teaching small workshops. David was the winner of the prestigious Cavalier New Zealand Artists in Glass Award in 2008, and his work is in public and private art collections throughout New Zealand, Australia, the USA, Brazil and Europe.