Gather your team online to watch a Glassblowing Demo from Public Glass, San Francisco's only public access glass studio and school. Glassblowing is all about manipulating very hot, molten glass – it's stored in the furnace at about 2100°F and kept between 1600° and 1900°F while working. Watch as one of Public Glass's instructors manipulates molten glass, adds color, and shapes it into a beautiful piece of solid glass art. There will be time during the session for Q&A - this demo is perfect for your next "Lunch & Learn" session!
Duration: 30 minutes
Group Size: Any
Good to Know: Public Glass is a 501(c)3 arts organization. Beyond public classes, Public Glass also offers programming for under served youth and adults.
Since 1997, Public Glass has been San Francisco's only public access glass studio and school. As a 501(c)3 arts organization located in the Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco, our outreach includes a full curriculum of glass courses taught by local and nationally recognized artists, as well as programming for under served youth and adults, corporate group experiences, events, and exhibitions.