Schools and Studios

There are some great institutions offering glassblowing classes on a regular basis. Once you know the fundamentals of glassblowing it is recommended to explore more by taking classes or attending demonstrations. This is not an exhaustive list but hopefully will provide a good jumping off place. 

The Pratt Fine Arts School in Seattle - Chuck has taken a couple of classes here.

Eugene Glass School - Roy has taken classes here from Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen

Corning Museum of Glass

Pittsburgh Glass Center

Penland School of Crafts

The Glass Art Society - The annual conference is in Louisville in 2010. They have classes before and after the conference and offer great demos. The technical area allows one to examine glassblowing tools in order to find the right fit for the individual.

Friends of Blue Sage Studios
Let me know if you would like to be added to this list.

Around the Country
  - This dude makes a wicked cool ray gun of glass
 - Scott is a friend of ours in Texas. Great Marbles
- Scott making an implosion paperweight.
- Annual Sunspots Festival of Glass in April
 - Bruce Ferguson is our good buddy who visits the studio when he is in town
- Scott Novota out in Fla. Makes some great glass
- Great glassworks, Roy has taken a couple of classes from Karen
 - Janusz came to visit Oklahoma at Chris's place. Nice fellow
- Scott is a sculptor of glass. We saw him at Emporia. He is teaching at Penland and in Louisville this summer.
- Boyd is teaching at Penland and Pratt this summer

In Oklahoma
 - Our buddy Chris McGahan
- Tulsa's Public Access Studio
 - Great Glass up in Pawhuska

In Santa Fe, NM
 - Prairie Dog Glass at the Jackalope
 - Charlie Miner's place in Tesuque
 - Elodie Holmes
 - Ira
 - and Spooner