Workshop Registration

Jeri Warhaftig
"Beadmakers - KICK IT UP A NOTCH!"
June 4 - 5 (2-day workshop)

 

This class is open to all levels of beadmaking students interested in working in "soft" glass. Newbies will begin their love affair with glass in the flame and more advanced students will have a chance to explore a variety of glass working techniques, tools and materials. Students will learn the fundamentals of symmetrical shapes and clean encasing. Other topics include copper inclusions, dichroic glass and unique mashers, presses and shapers. Bring your curiosity and your questions and at the end of this class we will all be tired and overjoyed with our intensive exposure to the art of glass beadmaking. 

This class meets from 9am to 5pm each day, Saturday and Sunday, with additional studio time Saturday, from 5pm to 9pm. Materials for participating in the course are included. If you have specific colors you are interested in working with please bring them with you.  

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Jeri Warhaftig is a NJ glass artist who has been working with glass at the flame and in the kiln for almost 25 years. She is the author of Glass Bead Workshop and Glass Beadmaking, published by Lark. She is also the past president of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers. Jeri's body of work centers around the coldworking and alteration of finished glass. This can be seen in her intricately sandblasted designs on both cast glass pieces and beads. She is adept at the use of a vitrigraph kiln and most recently has become known for delicate yet durable borosilicate glass chain. Jeri's greatest pleasure is to work with other beadmakers in the exploration of exciting and innovative designs and the search for each artist's own creative voice.

www.jeriwarhaftig.com

Additional Course Information

- Participation limited to students 18 years of age and up.
- Lunch is available for an additional fee; $30 for 2-day workshops. 
- Classes meet 9 am to 5 pm each day. Students will have additional practice time on Saturday evening from 5 pm to 9 pm.
- Materials for participating in the course are included. If you have specific colors you are interested in working with please bring them with you.
- Any work from the final day of the course remaining in a kiln will be available for pick up beginning the following Monday. Students may have finished worked shipped for an additional fee.

Discounted Lodging 

Holiday Inn (Philadelphia South-Swedesboro)
Exit 10 off Interstate 295 (1 Pureland Drive, Swedesboro, N.J.)
$119/night plus tax, breakfast included 
P: 856.467.3322
Reference block code "SCC" to reserve at the group rate
Click here to reserve online! 

Cancellation and Refund Policies  

- Salem Community College is not responsible for non-refundable travel expenses. There is always a chance, due to unforeseen circumstances, that a class could be cancelled unexpectedly. In these instances, refunds on registration will be issued, and Salem Community College will not be responsible for non-refundable travel expenses. 
- Classes are subject to a minimum enrollment policy. In the event that we do not meet our minimum enrollment for a course we will refund your purchase. Students will be notified no later than 45 days prior to their class start date if their workshop is subject to cancellation due to enrollment. 
- Student cancellation/refund policy- Cancellations made more than 45 days prior to the start of the class are subject to a $150 cancellation fee. Cancellations made 2 weeks prior to the start of a course will receive a 50% refund for the registration fee. Cancellations within 2 weeks of the course are not eligible for a refund.  

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