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.
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It was great. The teacher was very knowledgeable and patient.
Super fun. David's the best.
Very nice demonstrations. David was attentive and clear in his instruction. Loved being given the extra freedom to practice the techniques he showed however I wanted. Very different than the typical classes that have all students make the same thing at the same time. Loved it and would definitely do this again.
Charlie the Teacher was truly exceptional, explained everything, and then we began to create ornaments. It was so much Fun! The Glassworks Center is an amazing place! Try it!
This was a great experience! Our teacher was patient and thorough and supportive; the relaxed environment was great-- and most of all, it was both interesting and fun.
This was a wonderful class. Our instructor was hands on enough to make sure we were safe and came away with beautiful pieces to take home, while allowing us to really get a feel for the material.
Great class and helpful instructors. I would take another glass here!
Very helpful and knowledgeable instructor, clean space. Highly recommend this class!
Brooklyn Glass is an amazing studio setup with friendly and knowledgeable instructors. In this class I made 2 marbles and a small glass. I had the freedom let ask the instructors know what I wanted to make, which was then demonstrated to me individually. I did feel that teaching was mostly done led with demonstration, and then the rest of class was focused on making—you were left up to your own creation. There was less direction while we were working, more troubleshooting as needed. I suggest asking the instructors as many questions as you have about technique and methods if you're interested.
Mind blowing ! Much more difficult than it looks but the super enthusiastic guys there are with you every step of the way ! A must try !