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pilchuck glass school

updated tue 30 apr 96 on wed 24 apr 96

Greetings to many old friends and some new ones from a luring reader.

And an invitation to see what I am up to now. Look at the website for the
Pilchuck Glass School. Good place. The deadline for applications has
passed, but we have 5 remaining openings, out of 250 available during the
whole summer. I would like to close out registration and filse five spaces
and be done with it.

There are some classes that might be particularly interesting to ceramic
sculptures, such as kiln casting, easier that slip casting and more
expressive most of the time. Hot furnace casting has the joy of molten glass
without the clay underneith. And designing deco, in glass, for furnishings
is an interesting idea.

Send me a message after you look at the website and I will tell you the
specific classes that reamin open. We expect to be 100% full in 10 days so
e-mail me soon.

Marjorie Levy, Executive Director
Pilchuck Glass School, 315 Second Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104

Pilchuck website at Internet Art Resources:
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phone: 206 621 8422, ext 22 fax: 206 621 0713