Glass Etching Class - May 17th, 2:00 pm CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
- Customer Reviews (2)
I'm sorry to announce that this class will not take place on May 17th. Check back here later for alternative dates later in the year. Thank you and stay healthy!
During this 90 minute session, you’ll be introduced to a modern variation on glass etching using a Dremel rotary and a variety of mandala templates! You will have the opportunity to learn the basics of this art form and add a little something of your own as you etch designs onto TWO 12-oz pint glasses! From safety precautions and tips on how to control the rotary tool, to creating detailed designs on glass surfaces, this class will leave you with the skills to explore new ways of decorating a drinking glass, a plate or in fact any glass surface. No experience or arts background necessary! All supplies and tools needed to complete the project are provided.
After you’re finished etching your one-of-a-kind pint glasses, why not treat yourself to your favorite Sun King beer and marvel at how fantastic it looks in your newly etched pint! Cheers!
Sun King Brewery Fishers District
9713 District North Drive
Fishers IN 46037 US, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
2 Reviews for Glass Etching Class - May 17th, 2:00 pm CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
Glass Etching Class - Monday, September 11, 2017 AnonymousMy friends and I scheduled a workshop, and we had a blast. The workshop had everything ready for us, and we reviewed safety before we got into etching glass. Jamie made it fun and easy, and we tried out a variety of patterns and glassware. Everyone left with at least one completed piece. I use my glasses all the time!
Jamie, I know how much skill and energy goes into both your art work and your workshops, you made this fun and straightforward. Thank you, I recommend your workshop to anyone who would ask!
Glass Etching Class - Monday, September 11, 2017 AnonymousJamie Locke is a master of her craft and taking a class with her was a really fun and eye-opening experience. I’d had the opportunity to see her working on a regular basis at the Ruckus makerspace and her flawless use of Dremel tools, made the process of etching in glass, wood and other surfaces look almost easy. When I had the opportunity to take a glass etching class with her and use a Dremel tool for the first time, it really reinforced how skilled she is because it required a great deal of precision and spatial awareness, but also empowered me because I had to jump right in and was learning a new skill and Jamie provided really positive guidance throughout. I came away with a product that I felt fairly confident about and my interest was piqued as to how else I might be able to expand upon this new skill. Jamie is welcoming and humble and was a joy to learn from!