• Workshop date: 18-23 July
    Workshop Fee: 1200 USD

    Freedom with free-formed glass, let your hands guide your work because mistakes are a virtue when working from instinct.

    -Having fun is important in any discipline in the hot glass studio.-

  • Workshop Date: 7 -12 September 2018


    Time: 09:00 - 17:00


    Wokshop Fee: 990 USD



    6 DAYS



    In thıs workshop, we wıll use two mediums that human race has been using for centuries glass and ceramics... We will talk about the process and the evolution of the medium from crafts to art. Also we will be working about the ceramics inside glass process that the artist has been improving since 2002. 

  • Workshop Date: 4 - 9 May 2018


    Time: 09:00 - 17:00


    Wokshop Fee: 900 Dollar


    Flowers - 2 days class

    - This class includes making out of mandrel 3 types of flowers: snow flowers, crocuses and sweet pea.

  • Workshop Date: 7 - 12 September 2018


    Time: 09:00 - 17:00


    Wokshop Fee: 990 Dollar




    Workshop Date: 18 - 23 July 2018


    Time: 09:00 - 17:00


    Wokshop Fee: 1250 Dollar


    Hip to be Square/Op Art  

  • Workshop Date: 22 May - 1 June 2018


    Time: 09:00 - 17:00


    Wokshop Fee: 1600 USD

  • In this workshop we will be exploring how to make flower seed murinis, applying the murini's on beads, making relief flowers on formed mandrells, stringer work, and making decors on disc beads... 25-26 July Workshop fee: 1 day 350 tl. 2 days 600 tlMaterıals and lunch are included to the price.

  • In this workshop, we will learn to cut the glass smoothly, cold working, winding to glass with foil and brazing with soldering iron.We will also make pendulums, boxes and different wall panel design by experiencing the Tiffany technique.Date: 4 - 11 June Sunday 11:00 - 15:30Fee: 450 TL 

  • 1. INTRODUCTION /with use of documentary films, showing various working and creating possibilities in glass sculpting & decorating process/. 2. Drawing and preparing designs for future sculptures. 3. Molds making, cleaning and drying. Preparing of glass material for molds. 4. Kiln work, heating and melting glass and cooling process. 5. After successful glasswork in kiln, cleaning glass from molds. 6. Grinding and sandblasting of the glass sculptures. 7. Polishing of the glass sculptures. 8. Exhibition of the finished glass sculptures



The Glass Furnace was first designed as a glass studio but has quickly become one of the world’s leading glass schools and this is the outcome of a long and intensive work. Since the day it was founded, The Glass Furnce has been hosting world renowned artists, teaching various glass techniques to Turkish students and students from all over the world, through different duration workshops.

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