Glass: St. Augustine’s College

 These works in glass were made by students of Marian Staudt at S. Augustine’s College Kyabram


These fused glass pieces were created by grade 5 and 6 students from St. Augustine’s College in Kyabram, using System 96 glass. First the students were taught how to work safely with glass and how to cut glass. The students then drew a design and placed it under a piece of clear glass. They cut pieces of coloured glass and glued them onto the clear glass. Some students also used frit (ground glass), stringers (spaghetti shaped glass) and noodles (fettucini shaped glass). The pieces were then fired in a kiln. Some students chose to have their piece slumped over a bowl after the fusing process.


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