You’ve booked your class – what’s next?
- Arrive to class at least 15 minutes early to complete your waiver and get ready for class.
- Dress appropriately for your activity (see below).
- Listen to your instructors and follow all safety precautions.
- Stay hydrated! Drink plenty of water.
- Have an exceptional experience in glass art!
What should you wear to class? It is important that all students are dressed appropriately for their own safety and the safety of others. For any activity, participants are required to wear:
- Comfortable and Natural Fiber Clothing
- Natural fibers are necessary because synthetic fibers (such as spandex or polyester) can be highly flammable and are prone to melting when encountering the very high temperatures of hot glass, furnaces, tabletop torches, and kilns.
- Anything that hangs away from the body like long necklaces, scarves, ties, or oversized cardigans, etc should be left at home or removed before class.
- Jeans and t-shirts are great.
- Clothing that Covers the Abdomen and Thighs
Shorts are discouraged or should be at least knee-length.
- Flat and Closed-toe Shoes
Flip flops, sandals, open-back shoes, or crocs are not permitted. Something with a textured sole isn’t absolutely necessary, but certainly helpful.
- Hair Tied Back
Hair that hangs forward, covers eyes, or can be tied back should be tied back.
- Safety Glasses
The use of our studios requires the use of safety glasses while participating. We provide these for your use.
Individuals not adhering to the clothing and footwear requirements may NOT be able to participate in class.