Many clock dials used in the 19th and early 20th centuries were produced by this traditional art process. Enamel is glass fused to metal at high heat. Vitreous enamels are finely ground glass, coming from oxides they may be opaque or transparent. Students will be taught the history and traditional enameling procedures. Students will work at creating a piece of enamel they can take home.
1. Lodging: If you will be staying in the area overnight during the course of the workshop, a local list of lodgings will be provided with your confirmation letter for you to review.
2. Confirmation: You will receive a confirmation after your registration is processed, if you have a question please contact us.
3. Need Disability Assistance? If you are an individual with a disability and need assistance, or if you have anyquestions about handicapped accessibility, call 717-684-8261 ext.237.
4. Cancelled Workshops: Occasionally it is necessary to cancel or postpone a workshop. We will try to reach you, so please make sure we have contact information.
||Saturday, May 10, 2014
||Sunday, May 11, 2014
||Your instructor for this workshop is Gregg Perry.
Your workshop coordinator is Katie Knaub. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-684-8261 ext.237 for questions.
||514 Poplar Street
Columbia, PA 17512