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Painted Birch Glass Plate Workshop

January 20 @ 10:00 am 12:00 pm

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Learn how to design and create a birch bark design glass plate!

Birch, one of Canada’s most beautiful trees, is characterized by papery, peeling trunks with distinct horizontal banding. In this session, participants will learn to create a glass plate with a painted birch bark design. Through the process, participants will understand the process of creating paint-decorated fused glass – this includes safety, types of glass, co-efficiencies of glass, and the firing of their pieces. The perfect gift for a loved one!!

Suitable for absolute beginners. Materials included. Pieces are fired off-site and will be ready for pick up at TBG 2-3 weeks after the workshop. For safety purposes, wear closed-toed shoes, no loose sleeves/scarves, no jewelry, and hair must be tied back.

Notes: Your piece will be taken off-site to be fired and will be ready for pick up 3-4 weeks later. Samples of birch glass plates are in TBG’s Garden Shop and other pieces are available for purchase!

Saturday, January 20, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Public $125, Members $115 (plus applicable taxes and fees)

About Millean Kung

Born and raised in Toronto, Millean discovered Pottery and Glass Art more than 10 years ago. Currently, she is a member of the Potter’s Studios in Scarborough and Glasstronomy Studios in Markham. Since retiring from education, Millean has devoted her time to her Pottery and Glass Art. She is the sole proprietor of her business, “1 in a Millean”, and participates in a number of Arts and Crafts Shows. Millean is a member and a volunteer at the Toronto Botanical Garden. To keep her schedule busy she is president of the Potter’s Studio and participates in the Small Business Arts Mentorship Program at Glasstronomy Studios.

Registration Deadline: Friday, January 19, 12 noon

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January 20
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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Toronto, ON M3C 1P2 Canada