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Topic: Glass Lampworking Class in Mesa!  (Read 1437 times)
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« on: August 21, 2007 12:07:05 PM »

I was excited to find out that Mesa Arts Center opened up some of it's studio classes as non-credit classes again. Last fall, they started a partership with MCC and made nearly all of their classes for-credit, which made them more expensive and 16 weeks long. It's hard to commit to 16 weeks, and I hate to not be able to make it when it's expensive. I have really been missing doing glasswork though. When I cleaned off my kitchen table last week, I found the arts center class catalog, and found, to my surprise, that the non-credit glass classes are back!

Due to an error on the web site (which has been corrected), I called to register for the class, and spoke to someone at the arts center. They must not have publicised the change at all, since I am the 4th of 12 slots for the class, which usually fills up quickly. She said that 9 need to sign up for the class to run. Is anyone else interested in taking a glass lampworking class with me?

or call 480-644-6520 if you've never taken classes from Mesa Arts or Park & Rec

Class number 711212-01
Beginning Borosilicate (glass)
Saturday 9:30am - 12:30pm from Sept 15th - Oct 20th
$100 resident / $118 NR

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