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Students Get Creative with Fused Glassi
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January 11, 2014 12:19 AM
Lynda Slayen first learned about fused glass about 10 years ago and has been making glass objects with this technique ever since. Now she teaches it to adults and children so they too can create delicate creations of their own. VOA reporter Julie Taboh attended one of Slayen’s workshops at her studio in a Washington suburb to see firsthand how the artist inspires a group of children.

Students Get Creative with Fused Glass

Published January 10, 2014

Lynda Slayen first learned about fused glass about 10 years ago and has been making glass objects with this technique ever since. Now she teaches it to adults and children so they too can create delicate creations of their own. VOA reporter Julie Taboh attended one of Slayen’s workshops at her studio in a Washington suburb to see firsthand how the artist inspires a group of children.


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