The Meredith Fine Craft Gallery invites you to learn to make your own Dichroic Glass Pendants at the Meredith Fine Craft Gallery during this 2-Day Class with League-juried artist, Lynn Haust, on Saturday, August 17th from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM and Sunday, August 18th ¬from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Come and find out why melting glass is so fun and addictive in this fast paced class that will give you a chance to explore kiln fired glass and many of the techniques that make melting glass so exciting! In this 2-day class, you will be using Bullseye glass to create several glass pendants. Day 1: Students will be using clear and black dichroic glass as a base and then layering colored dichroic glass over to create sparkle and depth. We will cut and assemble 2 pieces of glass that will be full fused into large squares. Day 2: In the second class, students will cut and shape your full fused glass into pendants, using a variety of cold working techniques. You will gain cold working experience by using different equipment to achieve the desired pendant shapes. The cold working equipment includes: Grinder, flat lap grinder, glass band saw and drill press. Before firing a second time to fire polish your work, we will add fine silver to create a way to hang your pendant. Your pendants will be fired and annealed off-site and you will be notified when they are available for pick up within a few days after the class. Tuition is $120.00 per student and includes all glass materials and several silver chains. Beginners and advanced students, age 12 and up, are welcome to participate. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. To register or inquire about the class, email us at email@example.com, call us at (603) 279-7920 or stop into the gallery at 279 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, NH. For more details, visit our website at http://meredith.nhcrafts.org/classes/ and our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/nhcraft/ The League of NH Craftsmen is a non profit arts organization that encourages, nurtures, and promotes the creation, use, and preservation of fine craft through inspiration and education of artists, and the broader community. For more information about the Meredith Fine Craft Gallery, visit www.meredith.nhcrafts.org or call 279-7920.