Play with Fire at the Redmond School of Glass

The Redmond School of Glass is on a mission to extend the rich history of art glass in the Pacific Northwest to the Eastside, one experience at a time.  We hold glass blowing classes, events, and specialty workshops specifically designed to meet the needs of all levels.  Whether you are a Girl Scout troop, a team of coworkers, a couple, or a family- we have a class for you.

The School was founded in 2003 by Corey Hubbell, a local glass artist, who saw the need on the Eastside for a blown glass studio and school.  In 2013, Corey sold the school to Heather and Michael Mathieson- who are long time glass art enthusiasts as well as students of the art.  They felt it was an important part of the Eastside community and wanted to ensure that it continued to provide a place for art exploration and imagination.

As a supportive part of the Eastside community, Redmond School of Glass has a charitable donation program.  Click here to learn more.

Making a paperweight

Hosted an incredible team event here- for the first time- everyone on our team felt like equals as they all had to learn and work together!

A team building event client

I work with the best partners and best instructors to get the most from my 6 week classes. I have learned so much in such little time, and continue to gain knowledge and skill with each class I take.

6 week series student

This studio is very hands on – not all glass blowing companies are that way. This is my favorite studio by far- everyone is always nice and in a great mood. Great for a girls night out!

A returning student

Our 16, 14, and 9 year old grand children found the experience to be educational AND fun.

From a fun Grandmother

This place is awesome- both women we worked with were friendly and professional. I can’t wake to take my next class!

A new student

Really fun experience! The instructor was informative and patient. Highly recommended!

A new student

“I’m an artist and I love using the studio at Redmond School of Glass.  The school is so easy to work with, and it’s a great community!”

The Happy Artist