“This class is geared for individuals that seek answers to
glassblowing that may be keeping them up at night. Through
philosophical discussion and focused practice, we will unearth
what may be troubling you at the bench,” Cariati said. “This
class will be dedicated to slowing down to help you go fast,
while addressing concerns and constraints you are experiencing
in the studio.”
The students will work primarily in clear glass. This course
will include a daily seminar on professional practices for
aspiring designer and makers interested or involved in branding
Cariati is an award-winning artist, craftsman, and educator with
over 20 years of glassblowing experience. His work is entirely
free blown, a Venetian glassblowing process that utilizes
the human hand, not blow molds, to form vessels from start to
finish. In 2003, he established his eponymous studio in Los
Angeles, California where he continues to refine his craft and
push his boundaries as a glassblower and a designer.
Cariati’s class is one in a series of master classes the Museum is
hosting from May through August 2019. The glass master classes
will run one week, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
with lunch provided. Each week-long class will cost $950 for
Museum members and $1,000 for non-members.
To register for a master class in glass, visit
or call (419) 254-5080. Scholarship application information is
available on the class registration page. The deadline to
register for a class is one month before it begins.
For general information, call 419-255-8000 or 800-644-6862, or
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