THIS WORKSHOP IS ONLY FOR CANCER PATIENTS AND FAMILIES*
Join us at Public Glass on October 8th for an exciting afternoon of hands-on glass creation. Participants will learn to cut, shape and arrange colorful flat glass in this three hour event, and will each design a one of a kind suncatcher! Upon completion, the glass compositions will be placed into a kiln and fired to create beautiful sparkling shapes to hang in the window at home!
PN: Families we do have to pay Public Glass for this workshop but it is free to you so if you cannot make it to the workshop for any reason, do kindly inform us so that another pediatric cancer family can join in. Space is limited to 25 participants.
Recommended for ages 8 years and older. (Ideal age 10 and up)
WHEN: Sunday October 8th, 3pm-6pm
WHERE: 1750 Armstrong Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124
*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. The uniting thread running throughout the many programs at Public Glass is our commitment to providing access to the critical resources needed to make explorations in glass a possibility for everyone.*