Amokura Glass

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These workshops give you a chance to experience glass-making firsthand and walk away with a unique piece of glass art that you’ve created yourself.

A range of introductory workshops to make an object out of hot glass. Choose a paperweight, pumpkin, or tumbler. Or try all three! Each workshop takes around 45 minutes to complete (although the glass needs to be left overnight to cool down safely). You will customise the design of your piece and then work one-on-one with our artists to make it! Try something new with family, friends, partners, and colleagues. Book in for a workshop today!



For more info visit:

Amokura Glass


153 Fairy Springs Rd


027 608 6545

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