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Studio Rental and Glassblowing Courses at Baruth Glassworks, January 2012

Programs:

One Day Hot Glass Class:
Level: Beginner Length: 1 Day Cost: € 170 + VAT (from two persons onwards); 1 Person: 210 € + VAT

Time: Weekdays 10am- 5pm ( 1 hour lunch break at noon)

Learn glassblowing in the Baruth Glass Studio. This one-day course offers an introduction to basic glassblowing skills starting with making paperweights and developing techniques including blowing a bubble, and making your first piece of art! Three pieces can be taken home.

Weekend Hot Glass:
Level: Beginner Length: 2 Days Cost: € 310 + VAT per person (from two persons onwards)

Time: Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm ( 1 hour lunch breaks at noon)
The Baruth Glass Studio is pleased to offer a focused 2-day intensive weekend workshop in glassblowing. New Glassblowers will find a better understanding of the material and will develop stronger skills in this workshop; more experienced glassblowers will be able to benefit from more practice in the studio with glass demonstrations tailored to students’ interests.

Studio Rental:

Tariff 1 (experience glassartist without assistance)
€ 22 per hour + VAT + € 5 oxygen hand burner rental (per day/optional) + € 5 tool rental (per day/optional) + 30 € glory hole (per day/optional) + € 2 per kilo Glass + VAT (only for experienced glass artists without assistance).

Time: Tuesday to Friday 10 am- 5 pm
Tariff 2 (for glass artists with assistance)

The Museumsverein Glashütte e.V. offers studio rental time for hot glass artists with assistance from the local Glass blower Patrick Damm.
€ 34 per hour + VAT + € 5 oxygen hand burner rental (per day/optional) + € 5 tool rental (per day/optional) + 30 € glory hole (per day/optional) + € 2 per kilo Glass + VAT (only for experienced glass artists without assistance)

Note: The rental fee can be reduced, if the lessor and the user agree in before the studio rental that a fixed amount of the glass articles made by the artist are given to the museum’s shop. If an article is sold in the museum shop, the artist’s gets 60 percent of the selling price. A discount of the commission from the selling price to the artist might be agreed upon.
A further reduction can be given by the lessor, if the user books the studio for more than 100 hours per year.
Also a payment by installment can be agreed upon.