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Basic Fusing Class

Emmi MacIntyre
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday March 09 | $250.

  Four hours in the fusing room making different projects. The first two hours the student will spend time learning how to cut glass and making a decorative fused tile and a slumped form project. The student will then work on a project choosing from a nest bowl, mobile, picture frame, or painted tile.



Where: Neusole Glassworks
Phone: 513-751-3292
Address: 656 East McMillan St.
Website: http://neusoleglassworks.com

Neusole Glassworks

656 East McMillan St.
Walnut Hills,
45206
 
A unique blend of art and contemporary society, Neusole Glassworks creates an exciting public access glass facility devoted to creating and promoting glass art. Neusole is the only hot-glass studio capable of multiple techniques with glass, open to the public in Cincinnati.
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