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Weekly Glassblowing Demos
Wednesdays & Sundays / 11am-4pm
Glassblowing demos with Evan Schauss! Come meet artist Evan Schauss and watch as he works in the Hui’s new glassblowing studio. You’ll be amazed at what he can create! Purchase one of his pieces or sign up for a glass to make one of your own.
Private Glassblowing Lessons
Want to learn to blow glass in a learning environment that is personalized just for you? Or do you and three of your friends want to take a class together? Teaching Artist Stephen Fellerman is available for private lessons or private group lessons (maximum of 4 students) upon request. Call the Hui’s registrar at (808) 572-6560 ext. 21 to find out more!
Discover Glassblowing #807-820
Get your first taste of glassblowing and try your hand at this fascinating and magical art form! In this class, you will learn to gather glass from the furnace, blow, shape bubbles, and more. Students will learn the basics of glassblowing while creating paperweights and/or other basic forms with individualized assistance from Teaching Artist Stephen Fellerman. No previous experience is required! Feel the heat and unlock your creativity in this short and sweet workshop. Around the holidays, the class will have the option to make beautiful handmade ornaments! Pieces will be available for pick up 48 hours after class; flat rate shipping is also available on request.Class Schedule & Tuition
Teaching Artist: Stephen Fellerman
Tuition: $90 ($115 nonmember)
Supply & Lab Fee: $30
Choose from one or more the following sessions:
Session 11: Thursday, November 20 / 6-9pm *This session has been cancelled. Please sign up for one of the following workshops. Mahalo!
Session 12: Thursday, December 4 / 1-4pm
Session 13: Saturday, December 13 /1-4pm
Session 14: Thursday, December 18 / 6-9pm
Click here to download a supply list for this class.
Stephen Fellerman grew up in New York and attended Pratt Institute where he took a ceramics class and experienced working with his hands for the first time. Upon graduation, Fellerman headed west to Sausalito, CA to discover one of the most creative art centers in the country- a small glass studio (one of the few at the time). He watched others and absorbed a variety of techniques, then experimented during his allotted time. After a year in California, he returned east to Kent, Connecticut to open his own studio, becoming one of the first studio glass artists to make a living from glassblowing. Responding to a style resurgence, Fellerman specialized in Art Nouveau inspired pieces, and his reputation grew. By the early 1980s, with increasingly more artisans blowing glass, he began to branch out into more personal and original work. He had a passion for the process, and spent years refining its expression to “push the envelope” of his medium. Fellerman says he hopes to blow glass until his last breath. His works are part of the Corning Museum of Glass permanent collection, Corning N.Y.; The Chrysler Museum permanent collection, Norfolk, VA.; and the White House Collection, Washington D.C.; Queen Beatrice of the Netherlands, private collection.; and “North American Glass” Gilford Handicraft center, Gilford Connecticut; Hartford Square North.