Eleanor-Jane has experience designing course documents and delivering workshops for private sessions, community groups, Flowerfield Arts Centre (Portstewart) and Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre (Limavady) and workshops open to the public. You can enjoy a one-off Taster Workshop or sign up for additional workshops to develop a project you have in mind. Each workshop is tailored to meet the needs and aspirations of the particular group. With an abundance of experience in tuition in such fields, the workshops can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities, or hired out to host private workshops - birthday parties, ladies who lunch, and beginners wishing to learn about warm glass.
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Saturday 25th February 2023 starting 10:00 - 12:00 hours
Your first workshop produces two flat 10 x 10 cm glass pieces designed by the participant, which can become coasters. hanging objects, framed pieces or placed in a stand which accommodates a candle - you can choose.
Find the icon for email at the bottom of this page and send me a quick email telling me which date you'd like to book and how many spaces you would like. Feel free to include any relevant questions. Or phone me on 07752315476 and we can have a chat about the workshop date you prefer.
The participant-assembled pieces will be kiln-fired and made available for collection one week after the workshop. Posting of the final pieces is easily arranged and charged for, as required.
Yes, parking is free for visitors to The Boat House Gallery - just let the National Trust staff member know that you are visiting the gallery and you can drive round to the front of The Boat House.
The workshop costs £52 and includes glass materials, use of equipment, a delicious break, tutoring (both individual and group) and of course the firing of your pieces. The only requirement is that you wear closed-toed footwear.
E-J will send you an email confirming your space after payment. Payment is made easily through PayPal (you do not need Paypal, just E-J) or you can pay by Card or Cash prior to the workshop in The Boat House Gallery.
If you are unable to make the course for any reason please inform E-J at least 2 weeks before the date of the course, we will then be able to transfer your booking to an alternative date. This allows us some time to offer the place to someone else. If you do not allow us 2 weeks notice, or fail to turn up on the date of the course, then we regret to say your place will be lost and no refund will be given. Should the course not be running for any reason you will be contacted and offered an alternative date or a full refund.
The Boat House, 60 Causeway Road, Bushmills BT57 8SU (800 yards up from The Nook @ The Giant's Causeway