Don Friedlich 6 day workshop at The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass

Don Friedlich | Corning, NY


Posted By: Donald Friedlich

Corning Museum of Glass
1 Museum Way
Corning NY 14830
United States

All That Jazz: New Warm and Cold Approaches to Dichroic Glass
In this 6 day hands-on class taught by former SNAG President Don Friedlich, we will move between the cold shop and kilns to explore innovative new approaches to working with dichroic glass. A full foundation of cold working processes will be established including inventive approaches to sandblasting. From there, we'll move to slumping in the kilns and use the versatile and affordable Cricut Cutter machine to make custom drop-out molds, and sandblasting resists, and use borosilicate sheet glass as a tool to slump 96 COE glass. UV-cured and epoxy adhesives will also be covered.

By working small, one can efficiently investigate new ideas, acquire broader skills, and make forms that can be studies for larger work or finished as jewelry. This week will be rich with information that’s relevant for the jeweler, beadmaker, glass jeweler, and sculptor alike, and we’ll have some laughs along the way.

All skill levels are welcome. No glass experience is required.

The application deadline is March 15 or until the class fills.

It is limited to just 6 students.

For more information, please contact The Studio at +1 607.438.5100 or fill out the contact form. For questions, please email Don at For more information about Don go to his website

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