Glass For Good is an opportunity to make art and support a charitable cause.
Here’s how it works: you recruit up to sixteen people to sign up for one of our introductory kilnforming classes taught by one of our instructors in a state-of-the-art kilnforming studio. After the class, we will donate up to $800 to the charitable cause of your choice. (The amount of the donation depends on the number of people in your group).
The two-and-a-half hour classes feature fun activities for beginning to intermediate artists. We fire the projects in our kilns and a couple days later everyone will have a piece of glass art to take home with them. We highly encourage artists with experience in other mediums but have yet to try glass to come and join us!
When was the last time you asked yourself, “Gee, I don’t express myself creatively often enough,” or, “It’s been an eternity since I learned a new interesting skill”?
Glass For Good is ideal for parties and team-building exercises with groups of friends, charitable organizations, or businesses. In the short time we’ve offered this program, we’ve had many wonderful events supporting worthwhile causes. One of our most recent Glass For Good events was with the PCDH19 Alliance, an organization whose goal is improving the lives of children and families affected by PCDH19, a rare form of epilepsy. We were thrilled that they joined us for a First Glass Fusing class here in Portland.
For more information or to talk to someone about scheduling a class, visit our Glass For Good page.