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SUMMER 2012 140 Water Street Benton Harbor, Michigan 49022 (269) 925-5555 www.waterstreetglassworks.org

SCHOOL, STUDIO AND GALLERY DEDICATED TO THE GLASS AND METAL “FIRE ARTS”

CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS FOR STUDENTS AGE TEEN TO ADULT / EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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WATER STREET GLASSWORKS SUMMER 2012 NEWS & EVENTS EXHIBIT

THE GLASS GARDEN & OTHER WHIMSIES DORRIS AKERS Friday, June 22 - Saturday, August 4

Opening Reception

Friday, June 22, 6 – 8pm Found objects, mostly man-made, fuel Akers’ art. Don’t miss this exhibit of objects with new intents and purposes. From glass to metal, paper, plastic, wood—you name it—the exhibit is great for everyone as they guess, “What is it?”

FIRED UP!

KRASL ART FAIR Saturday & Sunday, July 14 & 15 Please come visit the Fired Up! booth at the Krasl art fair on the bluff. We are located in a new location this year down by the krasl. The GelatoWorks cart will be right next door!

FUNDRAISER

TWILIGHT IN THE GARDEN Saturday, August 18, 6pm – Sunset Join us for an evening in the spectacular gardens at Lake Cliff Gardens, the home of Robert and Barbara Weirich. Throughout the evening you'll enjoy culinary delights from Tim Sizer and have the chance to stroll the gardens with exhibit curator Susan Wilczac as she describes the earthly and fantastical glass and metal garden sculptures at twilight. All sculptures are for sale and there will be a selection of silent auction items you can take home with you that night. The evening will come to a close with a private concert from Jenna Mamina. Tickets are $100 and are limited. Call the office at (269) 925-5555 to purchase your tickets.

FIRED UP!

GRADUATING SENIORS Water Street Glassworks would like to congratulate the following Fired Up! students upon graduating from High School: Zranda Boone - Fused Glass Artist Mika Page - Glass Beadmaking Artist We wish you all the best in your future endeavors!

Zranda Boone

Mika Page

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WATER STREET GLASSWORKS SUMMER 2012 NEWS & EVENTS GELATOWORKS NEWS GelatoWorks has added new products and more glass inventory. You can now purchase chocolate truffles from the Chocolate Garden, whole bean coffee from Uncommon Grounds, and packages of Ferris nuts. All of these delicious treats, including Palazollo's gelato are Michigan made products and go great in a gift basket with hand crafted glass art, made right here in the Water Street Glassworks' studios. We also offer gelato tastings and special occasion "beads and treats" parties for ages 12 and up. See our website for details.

MEET OUR NEW STAFF! Water Street Glassworks would like to welcome the following new staff members: We are excited to have them join our team!

May Shultz-Reed Lynne Clayton, Fired Up! Instructor Education Director

NEW!

OUTDOOR STUDIO Our new outdoor studio will be open for use this summer featuring classes and studio demonstrations throughout the summer (check out our facebook page for updates) www.facebook.com/WSGlassworks

Cheryl Vitek GelatoWorks Mgr.

Siobhan Leonard Education Assist.

CLOSINGS Water Street Glassworks and GelatoWorks will be closed Both Wednesday, July 4th and Monday, September 3rd for Labor Day. Enjoy your holidays!

Dan O'Hearn, Assistant Mgr, GelatoWorks

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WATER STREET GLASSWORKS CLASS REGISTRATION INFORMATION Class registration begins Tuesday, June 5 at 10am. All courses and rental times are based on Eastern Standard Time. OFFICE HOURS:

TUE - FRI, 10am-5pm SAT, 12am-4pm CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY

REGISTER: By phone (269) 925-5555 or in person during office hours. PAYMENT: Due no more than 5 days after registration and must be made through the office. (Instructors are not responsible for payments). We accept Visa, Master Card, cash or check made payable to: WATER STREET GLASSWORKS, PO BOX 161, BENTON HARBOR, MI 49023 CANCELLATION: Refunds given up to 7 days prior to the first class meeting only. PARKING: Parking and entrance to studio are in back of the Hinkley Building. SPECIAL NOTICES: • Future prices are subject to change due to fluctuations in utility prices. • We reserve the right to cancel, reschedule or adjust class levels according to demand. You will be sent a confirmation once enrollment requirements are met or if a class is cancelled. • Your payment is held until enrollment is met. If a a class is cancelled your payment will be returned or shredded. • All students must sign a liability waiver on the first day of class. • Krasl Art Center member discount of $15 per class is available for courses $65 and up. For Krasl membership information, call the KAC at (269) 9830271.

WATER STREET GLASSWORKS STAFF

Administration and Operations: Sarah Hess, Executive Director Jerry Catania, Creative Director Lynne Clayton, Education Director Siobhan Leonard, Education Assistan Becky Wehmer, Studio Manager Eli Zilke, Studio Technician GelatoWorks: Cheryl Vitek, Manager Dan O'Hearn, Assistant Mgr. Fired Up! GelatoWorks Team

Staff Instructors: Jerry Catania, Fired Up! May Shultz-Reed, Fired Up! Carolyn O'Hearn, Fired Up! Becky Wehmer, Fired Up! Fired Up! Consultants: Kathy Catania, Marketing Angela Caldwell, Jewelry Fired Up! Volunteer Mentors: Barbara Pence Amy Johnson

A heartfelt thanks to the many volunteers that help our organization run smoothly and continue to grow and serve the community. Page 5 4 • WATER STREET GLASSWORKS • Summer 2012 • Ph: 269-925-5555 • www.waterstreetglassworks.org


STUDIO RENTAL ALL STUDIO RENTALS REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION REGISTER BY PHONE, EMAIL OR IN PERSON. Contact the Studio Technician: (269) 925-1944 / eli@waterstreetglassworks.org

HOT SHOP RENTAL CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER We will reopen the Hot shop September.

BEAD STUDIO RENTAL

In order to use the studio you must have completed a Beginning Bead class and be age 12 and older. Tools and supplies are included. There is no formal instruction during studio rental. $12. per hour. BEAD STUDIO RENTAL HOURS: Mon., Wed., & Fri., 10am - 5pm Tues. & Thurs., 5 - 8pm. Weekend times are available by appointment.

METAL STUDIO RENTAL

completed a Creative Welding class and be comfortable working on your own. There is no formal instruction during studio rental. You can rent studio time and work on your project independently using our tools. You must supply your own metal. $15 per hour.

Tues. & Thurs., 5 - 8pm. Weekend and other times are available by appointment.

STAINED GLASS STUDIO RENTAL

In order to use the studio you must have completed a Stained Glass class and be comfortable working on your own. There is no formal instruction during studio rental. You can rent studio time and work on your project independently using our tools. You must supply your own glass, lead, copper foil and zinc. $10. per hour

STAINED GLASS STUDIO RENTAL HOURS: Mon. & Fri., 2 - 6pm Mon., Wed., & Fri., 10am - 5pm Tues. & Thurs., 5 - 8pm. Weekend times are available by appointment.

FUSING STUDIO RENTAL

In order to use the studio, you must have completed Beginning Fused Glass and be age 13 and older or with faculty approval. There is no formal instruction during studio rental. Bring your own supplies, use our tools and leave your projects to be fired. We’ll make it easy for you! $10. per hour. FUSING STUDIO RENTAL HOURS: Mon., Wed., & Fri., 10am - 5pm Tues. & Thurs., 5 - 8pm. Weekend times are available by appointment.

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SPECIAL TOPICS DALLE DE VERRE

(weekend workshop) Saturday, June 9, 10am-4pm & Sunday, June 10, noon-4pm Instructor: Toni Smith, Visiting Artist Dalles are intensely colored, hand-cast ‘slabs’ of glass. Often seen in churches, this rare art form combines jewel-like chunks of glass, chiseled from ‘dalles’ and surrounded by a rough mortar of sand, epoxy and resin. Learn the handson techniques required (designing, chiseling and casting) to create a one-of-a kind, 12” x 12” ‘dalle de verre’ window panel. Bring any other materials such as ladle castings you might like to add. NOTE: Dress for mess. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required for safety. No experience required. All materials provided. Bring a lunch. $210.

COPPER ENAMELING

Sun., June 10, noon-6pm Instructor: Neil Kraus- Visiting Artist In this mult-level class, participants will learn the basic techniques of Limoges Enameling; fusing glass to copper. We will learn how to sift, fire and layer. Sgrafitto, stencils, as well as other pattern making techniques will be discussed. You will be able to several finished pieces and end up with great artwork that is colorful, spontaneous and immediate. No experience required. All materials provided. $145.

NEW!!! INTRO TO FLAME WORKED BOROSCILICATE

Sat., August 11, 1-5pm Instructor: Joe Schlemmer, Visiting Artist This Introduction to Borosilicate (Pyrex) class will go over the setup and safety for working with Borosilicate and give you the basic knowledge to set up your own torch at home safely. We will discuss the properties of Boro glass verses other mediums and the pros and cons of each and play with some pretty Dichroic glass. After demonstrations, students will have an opportunity to work with some Boro to make some work of their own. No experience required. All materials provided. $90.

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FLAMEWORKED GLASS (AGES 12 & UP)

CREATE A BEAD NECKLACE

Saturday, June 9, 11am – 4pm Instructor: Kerri LeRoux Make a special one-of-kind piece that will bring you compliments for many years to come! Spend the first part of class making beads specifically for a necklace you will make later in the day. A variety of stringing supplies and accent pieces will be available for you to choose from. No experience required. All materials provided. $90.

BEGINNING BEADMAKING

(weekend workshop) Saturday & Sunday, July 21 & 22, 9am – 1pm Instructor: Kerri LeRoux -OR(weekdays) Monday - Thursday, August 6 - 9, 10am-noon Instructor: Becky Wehmer Learn basic methods and techniques of making glass beads using a tabletop torch. Shape, mold and decorate molten glass into beads for use in jewelry. Learn wraps, stringers, dots, “twisties” and more! Instruction includes lecture, demonstration and lots of hands-on studio time. No experience required. All materials provided. $145.

NEW!!! TWISTY BEADS

ENCASED FLORAL BEADS

Saturday, June 30, 12-4pm Instructor: Gina Edwards, Visiting Artist Learn how to make an encased floral bead using the Minor torch. Building on basic bead making skills, students will learn to make and pull a multi-colored vine stringer, dot placement to create flowers, and encasing techniques. Prerequisite: Beginning Beadmaking. All materials provided. $75.

Sunday, July 8, 2-5pm Instructor: Becky Wehmer Twisties are like mini cane for beads. Using soft glass and a Hot Head torch, we will focus on proper heating and handling to get an even, consistent pull. You can then use your twisties to do many nifty tricks. Prerequisite: Beginning Beadmaking. All materials provided. $55.

See page 4 & 5 for studio rental info.

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LIGHT METAL / JEWELRY (AGES 12 & UP)

COLD CONNECTIONS

(2-week course) Tuesdays, June 12 & 19, 6-9pm Instructor: Angela Caldwell Love the look of layered and combined metals or the industrial style of rivets and tubing? Cold connections are the secret to putting it all together. Learn the basics of tube and nail rivets while creating interesting earrings, pendants or components for bracelets. In this class, you’ll learn how to cut, drill, saw, file, and hold all your pieces together with various types of rivets. Once you learn these techniques, you won’t be able to stop! This class is for the beginner or anyone wanting a little more instruction and insight into cold connections. No experience required. All materials provided. $90.

VIKING KNIT

Saturday, August 4, 1pm – 4pm Instructor: Kerri LeRoux Learn to weave wire into a beautiful Viking Knit chain. Viking knit chain can be used to make necklaces, bracelets and even earrings. You will learn the technique for single, double and even triple weave Viking knit. When you leave class, you will have the tools and information you will need to continue making Viking knit on your own. No experience required. All materials provided. $65.

NEW!!! COPPER CUFF BRACELET

Thursday, August 9, 6-9 pm Instructor, Angela Caldwell Using copper tubing, you will create a custom cuff adorned with beads, texture or word or phrases. You will learn basic sawing skills, hammering skills and design options. No experience required. All materials provided. $65.

NEW!!!! WIRE WRAP BRACELET WITH YOUR OWN GLASS BEADS

(2-week course) Tuesdays, August 14 & 21, 6:30-8:30 pm Instructor, Angela Caldwell This is a perfect way to show off your lovely hand made beads (or choose from a selection provided) by incorporating them into a wire wrapped linked bracelet. Show off your wrists and your beads for summer. With these skills, you may even have time to make a pair of earrings to match. No experience required. All materials provided. $75.

See page 4 & 5 for studio rental info.

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KILN-FORMED GLASS

(AGES 12 & UP, EXCEPT 'TWEEN FUSING) TGIF: TRY GLASS IT’S FRIDAY!

Fridays, Noon-1pm Instructor: Carolyn O’Hearn Come and try fused glass projects on your lunch hour – no experience necessary. Design and decorate on your pre-cut glass base and we’ll take care of the firing and finishing. June 1

Lake-scape sun catcher

June 8

Coaster pair

June 15

Pocket vase

ADVANCED KILN-FORM STUDIO

(4-week course) Fridays, June 1, 8, & 15, 2-4pm Instructor: Carolyn O’Hearn For those students and studio renters who want to trouble-shoot, experiment or just plain play with the possibilities kiln-forming offers! You asked for it, you got it! Prerequisite: moderate to advanced kiln-forming experience. All materials included. $115.

June 22

Photo frame 5” x 7” No experience required. All materials provided. $25 each class.

TWEEN FUSING

(2-week course, AGES 9 – 12) Fridays, June 1 & 8, 4-5:30pm Instructor: Carolyn O’Hearn Bring your imagination and your sketchbook as we learn to cut and shape glass, plan and complete your designs, and maybe add a few touches you would not expect to see in fused glass! No experience required. All materials provided. $70.

BEGINNING FUSED GLASS

(2-week course) Fridays, June15 & 22, 9-11am -ORJuly 13 & 20, 9-11am Instructor: Cindy Fielding Learn the fundamentals of glass fusing. This introductory class focuses on creating good designs, proper use of tools, different types of glass materials and techniques. We’ll complete 2 – 3 projects. If you have a design idea bring it with you! No experience required. All materials provided for basic projects. $90

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KILN-FORMED GLASS

(AGES 12 & UP, EXCEPT 'TWEEN FUSING) INTERMEDIATE FUSED GLASS

(2-week course) Fridays, June 29 & July 6, 9-11 am - OR Fridays, July 27 & August 3, 9-11 am Instructor: Cindy Fielding Broaden your knowledge of fused glass techniques and explore more complicated projects as you develop your own personal style. Plan on completing two larger projects. Prerequisite: Beginning Fused Glass. All materials provided for basic projects. $105.

NEW!! MOM & ME MINI MOSAIC MIRROR

(4-day class, ages 7 and up!) Monday - Thursday, July 16-19, 10-11:30am - OR Monday - Thursday, August 6-9, 10-11:30am Instructor: Carolyn O’Hearn Just for our younger artists! We will decorate our own glass (not sharp!), choose an assortment of objects and glue them around the border of a mirror to create our own summer memory. Ages 7 & up. Moms must be accompanied by a student. No experience required. All materials included. $60.

See page 4 & 5 for studio rental info.

NEW!! GIRLS NIGHT OUT

Friday Evenings, 7 - 9:30pm July 20, OR 27, August 3 OR 10 Instructor: Carolyn O’Hearn Play harder! We’ve taken our popular TGIF format and expanded it. Projects are larger and more involved. 8”x12” platter, 10” square plate, 9” square sushi dish are just some of the projects available. No experience required. All materials included. $45 each night.

PATTERN BAR PLATTER

(2-week course) Saturdays, July 21 & 28, 10am- 1pm Instructor: Carolyn O’Hearn Okay, it doesn’t have to be a platter. Plate, bowl … the final project is up to you. Week one we will focus on learning the process and creating 2 or three different pattern bars. Week 2 we will cut the fired bars and use them in the project of your choice! This is a great way to create a repeating design element, or just use up your favorite color scraps! Prerequisite: Beginning Fusing. All materials included. $120.

LANDSCAPE TRICKS & TECHNIQUES

(4-week course) Fridays, Aug. 10, 17 & 24, 9-11am Instructor: Carolyn O’Hearn Focus on texture, value, perspective and the use of specialty glass as we construct a multi-layer landscape in fusible glass. Prerequisite: Beginning Fusing and some studio rental time. All materials included. $125.

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STAINED GLASS & MOSAIC (AGES 12 & UP)

LEAD STAINED GLASS WINDOW: TECHNIQUES FOR PETITE WINDOW

(2-week course) Tuesday, June 5, 6-9pm & Sunday, June 10, 12-5pm Instructor: Mary Jane McNish The first Tuesday evening class will be a “quick learning class” to prepare you for creating any leaded glass window. You will learn what all the tools are used for and practice each step: work surface, pattern prep, cutting, grinding, fitting, soldering joints and framing as well as pattern design tips. During the second Sunday afternoon class you will execute what you have learned and create a leaded stained glass window. No experience required. All materials are provided. $135.

GLASS MOSAIC STEPPING STONE

(2-week course) Saturday, June 23, noon-5pm & Saturday, June 30, 1-3pm Instructor: Mary Jane McNish Join us to make an original stepping stone for your garden. Glass pieces in many colors are available. Come with an idea of what you would like your design to be. ie., flowers, sun dial, critters, special date or memorial. We will also have patterns available. During the first session you will create your design in the bottom of a mold and then grout and cement. After allowing your creation to cure, you will return a week later after it has cured, for a twohour session to unmold, clean up, grout and waterproof your step. No experience required. All materials are provided. $130.

MOSAIC ADDRESS PLAQUE

(weekend workshop) Friday, June 15, 6-9pm & Saturday, June16, 10am-2pm Instructor: Greta Hurst Customize your home entry with a delightful mosaic address plaque. This technique lends itself to all styles and color choices. Dress for a mess! No experience required. All materials provided. $85. WATER STREET GLASSWORKS •Summer 2012 • Ph: 269-925-5555 • www.waterstreetglassworks.org • Page 11 10


STAINED GLASS & MOSAIC (AGES 12 & UP)

BEGINNING COPPER FOIL STAINED GLASS TECHNIQUES: SUNCATCHER

(weekend workshop) Saturday & Sunday, July 7 & 8, 1-5pm Instructor: Mary Jane McNish The first session is a “quick learning class” to prepare you for creating copper foil stained glass piece. You will learn what all the tools are for, and practice each step: cutting, grinding, foiling and soldering. The second class you will execute what you've learned to create your own sun catcher. No experience required. All materials provided. $125.

SPONTANEOUS MOSAIC ON VINTAGE WINDOW

(4-week course) Wednesdays, August 1, 8, 15 & 22, 6:30-9pm Instructor: Greta Hurst Learn how to make various cuts and shapes with stained glass and vitreous glass tiles, glue onto glass pane windows and grout to make a beautiful and colorful window to display in your home. Bring photo or drawing (abstract or realistic). No experience required. $175. Window not included. Bring your own (mullion preferred), or purchase one from us for $20.

GLASS MOSIAC TRIVET

(weekend workshop) Saturday & Sunday, August 11 & 12, 1-5pm Instructor: Mary Jane McNish A mosaic trivet makes a nice gift or a colorful piece to match your home decor. The glass pieces are all ready to go; just a little nip here and there. Bring a 4 ¼ in x 4 ¼ in design, if you wish. The first evening you will create your design on the trivet base; grout/ cement your piece. On the second day, you unmold, clean and seal the top with a water resistant topcoat and take home for Mother’s Day! No experience required. All materials provided. $110.

GARDEN GLASS FLOWER - OR CRITTER ON A STAKE (weekend workshop) Saturday & Sunday, August 25 & 26, 1-4pm Instructor: Mary Jane McNish Make an insect or little critter or flower out of colorful glass and copper foil and reinforce with heavy wire for stability. Then, solder to attach to a three-foot stake. Various designs and patterns will be available or bring your own design. No experience required. All materials provided. $120.

See page 4 & 5 for studio rental info.

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METAL WORKING (AGES 15 & UP)

NEW!!! METALS AS FIBER

(2-week course) Saturdays, June 9 & 16, 9am-4pm Instructor: Ruby Miller, Visiting Artist In this class, students will be exploring unconventional combinations of fiber and metal and how one creates meaning in art through their material decisions. The class will explore the application of traditional fiber techniques to metal. Methods will include crochet/knitting with wire, embroidery on wire screen and thinking about metal working in a fiber context, among others. This class will also incorporate discussion of the meaning in these materials and combinations and how ones’ artistic choices build meaning in art. No experience required. All materials provided. Bring a lunch. $225.

TORCH-WORKED METAL

(weekend workshop) Saturday & Sunday, June 23 & 24, 9am-4pm John VanAmerongen- Visiting Artist! Explore the use of an oxy-acetylene torch as an alternative to blacksmithing. Square and round bar stock (¼”-½”) will be used to fabricate a project of your choice. Students will be encouraged to make work within the scope and timeframe of the class. This technique lends itself to vine-like forms. Racks, shelves, hooks, hangers, garden art, sculpture, etc. are all possibilities. Instructor will help you “realize” your individual piece. No experience required. All materials provided. Bring a lunch. $230.

CAMPFIRE COOKING TOOLS BLACKSMITHING

(weekend workshop)

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METAL WORKING (AGES 15 & UP)

Saturday & Sunday, June 30 & July 1, 10am-4pm Instructor: Ted Guimond An opportunity for blacksmithing students to make the tools and equipment needed around the home or camp-fire pit. Participants will make their own set of fire tending and campfire cooking implements including: fire poker, cooking tripod, “S” hooks, fireplace log tongs, campfire grill, and more. No experience required. All materials provided. Bring a lunch. $215.

OUTDOOR OBJECTS

Saturday, July 28, 10am-4pm Instructor: Josh Andres Transform raw, industrial materials into a beautiful, trellis, birdhouse or something else for your outdoor space. Bring in any found metal objects you wish to incorporate or pick from our assortment. Cut, shape, and form steel into a design of your choice. Basics of welding and metalworking will be covered in an introduction, followed by your artistic interpretation of the project. No experience required. All materials provided. Bring a lunch. $125.

See page 4 & 5 for studio rental info.

NEW!!! HEAVY METAL- CREATING A DRUM

(2-week course) Instructor: Ken Flowers, Visiting Artist Saturdays, August 4 & 11, 10am-3pm Students are encouraged to bring their most artistic ideas in order to design and fabricate a functional drum! During the course of the class, students will learn the basics of MIG welding, as well as plasma cutting and other fabrication processes. Metal finishing techniques to add a more polished and professional appearance will also be covered. No experience required. All materials included. $175.

CREATIVE WELDING

(4-week course) Mondays, August 6-27, 6-9pm Instructor: Aaron Closson Creative Welding is an introduction in to artistic welding and metalworking. Learn safety in the studio and how to handle the tools in order to cut, bend, hammer, torch and weld steel to create metal artwork. We’ll have a couple projects to choose from or you can decide on something of your own. No experience required. All materials provided. $230.

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WATER STREET GLASSWORKS EDUCATIONAL SPONSORS

FOR INFORMATION ON BECOMING AN EDUCATIONAL SPONSOR PLEASE CALL SARAH HESS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT (269) 925-5555 OR EMAIL sarah@waterstreetglassworks.org

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