Please join us Sunday afternoon, October 12th, from 12pm-5pm as we celebrate hand craft at Brookfield Craft Center. Don’t miss this opportunity to tour our beautiful campus, meet our talented instructors and visit our Gallery Gift Shop. We have many unique handcrafted items for sale made by our instructors, local artisans and artisans from around … Read moreBrookfield Craft Center Open Studio and Demo Day October 12, 12-5pm
Fiber Classes Weaving on the Go: Rigid Heddle, Felted Embellishments and “In the Garden” Embellishing with Felted Flowers. http://store.brookfieldcraftcenter.org/fiber-classes-s/135.htm Glass Classes Introduction to Lampworked Beads, Intermediate Lampworked Beads, Fused Embellishments with Window Glass, Docent Fused Glass 3 Pack, Docent Fused Glass Single Session and Fused Glass Ornaments. http://store.brookfieldcraftcenter.org/glass-classes-s/107.htm Jewelry Classes Docent Jewelry 3 Pack, Docent … Read moreFall Classes are Up! Register Today!
Join us today at the Brookfield Craft Center from 11am-6pm! Our Gallery Gift Shop will be open and we have many beautiful items created by very talented artisans. Photo: Blue glass lattice bowl by artisan Kathy Corigliano.
Students learning to create beautiful small fused glass bowls while learning glass techniques including cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing were captured recently at Brookfield Craft Center and featured in a gallery at newstimes.com. If you are interested in taking classes at Brookfield Craft Center, please visit our online registration site to … Read moreFused Glass Bowls with Suzanne Pisano Featured At newstimes.com
A community of enthusiastic artists and students call the Glass Studio at Brookfield Craft Center home. Lampwork, fused, stained and mosaic classes are generally held as short Sampler Workshops or weekend workshops. Instruction ranges from introductory to master-level, along with fused and lampwork Open Studio programs for independent practice. Check out available classes now! http://store.brookfieldcraftcenter.org/glass-classes-s/107.htm
Something all will OOH and AHH over? Something unique, hand -crafted, one of a kind?? We’ve got it all, right here at the Brookfield Craft Center Holiday Gallery Show. Help us keep the art of handcrafting alive! 12/29 Sunday 11am-4pm 12/30 Monday 10am-6pm 12/31 Tuesday 10am-3pm 1/1 Wednesday CLOSED 1/2 Thursday 10am-6pm 1/3 Friday 10am-6pm … Read moreYou Want Unusual? A Show Stopper Gift? An Heirloom-To-Be?
Look no further- we’ve got glass galore! Vases, bowls, accessory pieces, plates and so much more – hand blown and fused. One piece is more gorgeous than the next, in color ranges from classic to very contemporary. Pssst… it doesn’t have to be a gift. Get some sparkle for yourself!
Hot chocolate anyone? You deserve it – sit by the fire enjoying a warm cup of cocoa! Visit our gallery before the next snowfall to get the perfect pots and mugs. We have a great range of colors this year, too. Stop by, we’ve got goodies for you!
As a child my mother and I would bundle up in our warmest clothing and wait for the bus to Bridgeport to Christmas shop. The stores were lit with twinkling lights and holiday carols would be playing in all of the stores. After filling our arms with packages we would head to the Woolworth’s lunch … Read moreMake This Holiday Warm and Memorable
I once bought a pickle ornament for my niece thinking it cute because she loves pickles. She wasn’t impressed, and honestly neither was anyone in my family. A pickle for the Christmas tree? I later learned it’s legend where an adult hides a pickle-shaped ornament in the boughs of the tree after it is decorated. … Read morePickle Ornaments?
From sea life and birds, to creatures that roam the land, animals have been a favorite item for glass workers for many years. This class will introduce you to the skills that will produce small and medium size figures at the torch. Students will leave with the basic knowledge on how to work with hot glass rods and construct such figures. This one day workshop is a great idea for anyone with an interest in working with glass, and a love for animals.
In this introductory 2-day workshop, students will learn how to create a small mosaic panel. The main focus is the indirect method where the mosaic is assembled on a temporary substrate of contact paper, then adhered with a trowel to a cement backerboard panel. Registration closes June 16.