Glass courses – UK

Glass courses being taught by Central Saint Martins Glass Alumni


Tim Cunliffe
Teaching glass courses at Hammersmith & Fulham Adult Learning & Skills Service:

Painted and Stained Glass
Learn skills and techniques of stained glass and
painting on glass from your own designs. Glass will
be kiln fired.
Friday 18.00-21.00.  12 meetings
Further details such as course description can be found on the website

Maria Fagan
Classes are Stained and Fused Glass:
She also runs weekend classes in Fused glass and Jewellery twice a year
Merton Adult Education

Joanne Green
Stained Glass Mirror Workshop
Copper Foil Projects
Glass Fusing for Beginners
Granville Park Centre, Lewisham, London SE13 7DX

Brett Manley
Kiln Formed Glass Jewellery
Stained & Kiln Formed Glass
Kiln Formed Glass
The Carlton Centre, BACES. Brent. Carlton Vale Centre

Helen Maurer
Intermediate Glass Fusion  – Monday afternoons
Beginners class – Wednesday mornings
Mary Ward Centre, Queen Anne Square, Bloomsbury, London

New courses added for 2013/14:

Screen Printing on Glass
Create a variety of images on glass using the silk-screen printing process. Early Bird Discount
Sept-Oct 2013, Saturdays 10:30-17:30

Combining Glass and Ceramics
This course explores the relationship between ceramics and glass
Jan-Feb 2014, Saturdays 10:30-16:30

Advanced peer review workshop for glass
Are you looking for a friendly and supportive workshop environment to focus on your work
May 2014, Fridays 10:30-17:30

Glass workshop
For those who have some experience of working in glass who wish to develop ideas[.
Jun – July 2014
Saturday: 10:30 – 17:30

Pippa Stacey
Stained Glass courses starting 23 September and there are spaces on
Monday mornings 10-12.30 (Stained Glass with fusing) and
Tuesday evenings 7.30 -9.30 (Glasswork introduction for beginners)
at Granville Park Centre
Community Education Lewisham

Sara Whale
1. Beginners stained glass students
follow brief and learn basic skills and techniques (workshops during year also include sandblasting, painting, fusing slumping and copper-foiling)
2. Intermediate stained glass students continue accessing workshops and work on own projects.
3. open workshop stained glass
Greenwich Community College
The Art Class   A course which covers painting and drawing.
COLCEC (City of London)

Nicola Kantorowicz FMGP
Evening classes during term time
Maiden Erlegy School, Lower Earley, Reading

Nicola Kantorowicz FMGP
Two or three weekends per year, residential courses for all ability levels.
Missenden Abbey, Great Missenden, Bucks

Christine MacCormick and Catharine Barcham:
“We have a thriving glass department there offering a wide variety of courses ranging from traditional stained glass to fusing and glass casting. Most courses are for 10 or 20 weeks but we also offer shorter 5 week courses focusing on a specific technique as well as occasional 1 day taster sessions. This year we have re-introduced a City and Guilds course, just one module at Level 2 but possibly more to follow.”
Tonbridge Adult Education Centre, Tonbridge

Dr Linda Smith
Linda is a visiting lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University in Canterbury, teaching all aspects of glass on the Fine and Applied Arts BA (Hons) course.

Nicola Kantorowicz FMGP
A six day course suitable for all,  glass painting included.
Oxford Summer School, St Gregory The Great School

West Sussex
CSM glass alumni teaching glass courses at West Dean College include Sara Whale and Helen Robinson. West Dean College, Chichester

Helga Watkins-Baker

Stained Glass Fusion
Beginners Fusing
Surface Techniques in Kiln-formed glass
The Glass Hub, Wingfield, Wiltshire



3 Responses to Glass courses – UK

  1. Hi Hildegard, Please could you add my name and contact details to the Glass Courses – UK list. I’m still at the same address: 13 The Dale, Wivenhoe, Colchester, Essex, CO7 9NL, Tel: 01206 823788. I now have a kiln 80cm x 100cm and can teach a wide variety of skills including casting. I teach individuals or small groups privately in my own studio.

  2. Glenn says:

    Hi there,

    I am getting rid of my lapidary machine and thought maybe you or someone may use it for practice/hobby/beginner use.

    Please see link:

    Feel free to forward this email to potential interested parties.

    Thanks so much!!

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