Beginning Stained Glass
Brighten up your home and add a little flare of color! Create that magic we all love as the sun shines through artwork made with stained glass. This six-day class is perfect for beginning to intermediate students who have an interest in working with glass.
Students will learn how to score, cut, grind, foil and solder glass. They will also receive instructions on how to arrange pieces of glass to create a picture or pattern, and then form them together to create a panel that can be proudly displayed.
Dates: Nov. 15, 29, & Dec. 6, 13 (4-days, 6 pm–9 pm) or
Jan 3 –Feb 7 (6-days, 6 pm–8 pm)
Time: Nov. 15 session is 6 pm - 9 pm or Jan. 3 session is 6 pm–8 pm
Instructor: Hoda Peterson
Campus location: Art Room
Materials: $25 materials fee, paid to instructor.
Student limit: 10 people
For more information call or email Hoda:
Hoda Peterson has an apprenticeship in photography and associate's degree in TV communicating from England. She came here to study film with a minor in art. She accidentally stumbled across stained glass while running errands with a friend. She recalls, "as my friend was in the door buying supplies I found some glass shelved. I still remember that first piece I pulled out and held up to the light. It was an ah ha moment! That was 31 years ago. My first project was making 11 inserts for my kitchen cabinets which are still beautiful today. I love glass, how light touches it and transforms it into life."