Studio Rental Rates and Equipment

Here is a link to take a virtual tour of SiNaCa Studios: Google 360

Gallery Hours:
Mon – Sat 10a-9p Sun 12p – 6p

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Studio Hours:     

Mon – Sat 10a-9p Sun 12p – 6p

Glass blowing not available

SiNaCa Studio Memberships

 

Blue Membership$425/year
*Access to Cold Working Equipment
*Unsecured, on site storage
Add on Cold Working$125/year
*Access to Cold Working Equipment
Orange Membership$250/year
*Discount on torch rental
*Unsecured, on site storage
*Invitation to Monthly Studio Members Night
Green Membership$450/year
*Access to Layout Facility
*Unsecured, on site storage
*$2/hour kiln rental
*Invitation to Monthly Studio Members Night
Yellow Membership$550/year
*Discount on hourly Hot Shop rental
*Unsecured, on site storage
*Invitation to Monthly Studio Members Nigh
Mav Membership$150/year
*20% off Flame Working Curriculum
*$5 off Flame Working Rental
*Fee for Cold Working Studio Waived
*Fee for Lay Out Studio Waived

Orientation: All renters will be required to complete a brief orientation with a staff member prior to first rental day. This meeting will serve to answer any questions the Renter may have as well as cover the studio procedures to ensure comfort in the space before work is started.

SiNaCa Assistant: The primary function of a SiNaCa Assistant in the glass blowing studio is to follow the direction of the artist that is renting the studio and the use of the assistant. A studio rental with a SiNaCa Assistant is not intended to be a substitute for a Private Lesson. A renter must be able to pass a Skills Test/Renter Assessment in order to use a SiNaCa Assistant.

SiNaCa Gaffer: The primary function of a SiNaCa Gaffer in the glass blowing studio is teaching a new skill or offering other direct advice on a project. A studio rental with a SiNaCa Gaffer is not intended to substitute for a Private Lesson. A renter must be able to demonstrate basic glass blowing fundamental skills to use a SiNaCa Gaffer.

Private Lessons: Private Lessons are an opportunity to lean fundamental skills in glass blowing outside of our standard curriculum. A student can work at their own pace to learn the fundamentals before moving on to working with a SiNaCa Gaffer.

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