Open Studio allows students who have taken classes from Linda to work in the studio, use equipment they have been trained on, and fire their work at very reasonable rates.  Contact Linda to make arrangements to attend open studio.

2017 Open Studio Dates:   all are from 10 am to 3 pm

January 28

February 11

March 18

April 2

May 13

June 10

August 5

August 26

September 20   –  NEW

September 23 – Canceled

November 4

Check this website for updates.


 Contact Linda at 

or at 505-604-9327


Open Studio Guidelines

Eligibility – Must have taken a basic fusing class and signed a waiver at Linda Boyes Fused Glass Studio

Costs – $ 5/ hour with a 2 hour minimum. Basic tools are included: glue, glass cleaner, eye protection, gloves, groziers and running pliers. Firing fees are separate:

Firing Fees (24 hour period) –
• Thin fire – $ 9.00 for 12” X 47”(may bring your own Bullseye thin- fire or Papyrus paper).
• Small kiln – $20
• Large kiln – $80 (full shelf), $40 (half shelf), $20 (quarter shelf)
• Mold rental – $5 / mold
• Up to one kiln shelf per day per person for small kiln. 2-3 persons for large kiln shelf.

Studio Rules
Waiver must be on file or a new one signed (original good for one year)
• Reservations are required. One Saturday per month with a 3-4 person limit. You will be contacted via email with upcoming open studio dates. Hours 10am-4pm
• Basic tools are supplied as stated above
• Bring all your own System 96 glass (COE 96). Projects must be composed of only System 96 glass including sheet, dichroic, stringer, noodle, scrap etc. Ask about sources to purchase glass.
• Linda Boyes must be present during Open Studio and will gladly offer guidance
• Linda Boyes will program all kiln firings
• When designing your piece, factor in shelf dimensions allowing ½ inch clearance between pieces and shelf edge. To use a partial large shelf, the appropriate dollar amount will be charged.
• Clean up work area when finished and arrange for timely pickup of finished pieces.
• Use of saws and grinders is prohibited during Open Studio
• Take unfinished pieces, left over glass, stringer, noodle and other personal equipment with you when you leave. Sorry, no storage space can be provided.
• Have a good time!Logo_3

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