Brooklyn Glass

Art
Gowanus, Brooklyn, New York
(181 Reviews)

Brooklyn Glass assists the creative community by providing a studio environment for students, aspiring artists, and professionals working with glass. We are an advocate of the creative process, form, and innovative ideas. Brooklyn Glass enriches the cultural landscape and engages a vast creative community within the five boroughs of New York City.

Brooklyn Glass is a unique resource for artists and craftsmen working in the New York City area. Our facility and comprehensive programming create an environment unlike any other that supports the exchange of thought and technique. As an organization, we seek to promote innovation, education, and the studio practice of our community. We believe in developing and maintaining a sustainable creative environment in which ideas can flourish.

FAQs

What are some of your most popular classes that you offer on CourseHorse?  
Our most popular classes are Tumbler, Neon Weekend, and One-day Glassblowing.  

How long have you been in business? Can you share a bit more about your history? 
Brooklyn Glass officially opened the doors to the public in 2011. Since then, we have welcomed glass-workers from all over to hone their skills as well as students who are interested in picking up a new art form.  

What is your average class size? 
Our average class size is 6–9 students. 

What is your typical student like? What are their goals? 
Our students are typically diversed: college students, parents, kids, couples, etc. Overall, they all share the similar desire to try a new art form and learn a new skill. 

Can you recommend activities to do in the neighborhood before or after class?  
I would recommend Table 87 (fabulous pizza place/bar located on 3rd Avenue and 9th Street in Brooklyn). We have had many students and workshop attendees head over there after the course is over.

Reviews of Brooklyn Glass

(181 Reviews)

7/24/2017
Anonymous

Attended: One Day Glassblowing Workshop


The course was very informative, and lots of fun. The instructors were knowledgeable, professional, and happy to share their expertise.

7/18/2017
Erin K.

Attended: One Day Glassblowing Workshop


Had a great day playing with molten glass under Anna's expert guidance. Highly recommended, especially in this digital age where we rarely partake in the visceral creation of something. And you get to take home things!

7/9/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Glass Menagerie


The class was canceled due to low enrollment. I was given credit towards another class.

7/3/2017
Stephanie F.

Attended: One Day Glassblowing Workshop


Fantastic and fun day at Brooklyn Glass!

7/3/2017
Anonymous

Attended: Introduction to Glassblowing: Tumblers Glasses


Really enjoyable class- instructor gave a brief rundown on the history of glass and rules rules/safety in the studio, then quickly got us on our feet and into the fire as it were. I'd definitely recommend this class.

6/25/2017
Sasini T.

Attended: Glass Fusion


I was going to be an hour late to the class so I called to see if it was worth going. An employee, Hanna, was so helpful. She told me it would be okay bc they would make sure I caught up with what I missed in the first hour and she did. She was great about it. The instructor Daniel was kind in accommodating me too. They were easy going and made it enjoyable.

6/19/2017
Irene S.

Attended: One Day Glassblowing Workshop


The class was very well run and the ta was patient and friendly. You get to take home your glass art the next day.

6/6/2017
Catherine K.

Attended: Introduction to Glassblowing: Tumblers Glasses


This is a fantastic class. Highly recommend it. Brooklyn Glass is filled with passionate, down to earth people, who make your experience great.

6/5/2017
Lindsey S.

Attended: 6 Week Sunday Morning Glass


I loved loved this class. Started out learning the basics, and each class built on the previous one so we had a solid foundation. Could see serious improvement from week to week. Edgar is an excellent and patient instructor. Our class started out bigger, and occasionally I wished we had more space to work, as sometimes we were standing around waiting for a turn at the bench, but it became less of an issue as people dropped off. Really fun and challenging class.

6/5/2017
Debbie L.

Attended: One Day Glassblowing Workshop


The class fulfilled my expectations. Teachers were great at instruction and made the learning fun. They were knowledgeable and able to give us intimate instructions since the class size was small enough.

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103 14th St, Brooklyn, New York 11215
Brooklyn Glass
Gowanus, Brooklyn
103 14th St
Btwn 2nd & 3rd Avenues
Brooklyn, New York 11215

Directions:
Enter at 142 13th Street