Our Studios

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is unlike any other community arts education facilities in the country, providing the highest quality instruction to artists of all skill, along with time and space to create. Our campus houses five teaching studios to provide our students and artists with a communal learning experience and space for creative and personal development.

Accessing our Studios

GoggleWorks offers several live demonstrations in our studios throughout the year, which are free and open to the public. Our Night Out Series, currently offered the last Friday of every month, and 1-2 day workshops offered seasonally, are great ways to dip your toes in and try something new. Classes, running anywhere from 3-14 weeks, allow for a more in-depth experience. For a more personalized experience, we offer private lessons and group workshops.

For more information, visit our individual studio pages below:

Suzanne Molyneux, Interim Studio Technician
610.374.4600 x131

HotĀ Glass
Scott Krenitsky, Studio Manager
610.374.4600 x129

Warm Glass
James Pastore