Denver Glass Academy

Denver Glass Academy is a glass studio providing interactive hands-on glass blowing lessons as well as a local retail shop! Teaching tecniques on how glass workers have been manipulating glass for thousands of years, morphing and shaping this seemingly solid material while flowing in a molten state. Denver Glass Academy provides a variety of beginner-friendly classes in a one on one setting for couples, group, events and more!

Visit denverglassacademy.com to book your upcoming lesson or party. Use promo code “CitySessions” to receive 20% off you upcoming class.

One Hour Starter Lessons: 
~Blow Glass Class: Learn how to balance molten glass and blow it into a colorful ornament or garden globe.
~Sculpt Glass Class: Learn to balance the molten glass and shape it into either a necklace pendant or stir stick.

Two Hour Beginner Lessons: 
~Pipe Making Class: Decorate, shape and blow glass into a personalized pipe to take home and smoke with!
~Essential Oil/ Perfume Dropper Class: Decorate, shape and blow glass into a hand made glass vessel to hold essential oils, perfumes, and liquids.

Team Building One Hour Starter Class:
In this experience, participants get the chance to make two glass blown items each. Manipulating the molten glass in a torch flame using gravity and blowing the items into an ornament or garden globe.

Glassy Birthday Package:
Participants get on the torch to sculpt and morph a solid glass rod using gravity & a variety of different tools to shape the glass into a necklace pendant or stir stick. Ages 13 & up parent/guardian required for anyone under 18.

Cannabis Industry Glass Class:
Participants get the chance to create a glass dab tool of their own. Participants get on the torch to sculpt and morph a solid glass rod using gravity & a variety of different tools to shape the glass into a customized concentrate tool.

Instructor/ Artist Bio:  Bings’ work is rooted in a love for the healing power of nature and the stories and symbols that permeate history to pierce the veil of reality. She has been working with glass for half a decade. States of matter that flow or create current just need a channel to run through. The constant balance between glass and the crafter induces a state of a curious connection.

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