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We had my nephew and his wife visit on a rainy day. We had the idea to take them to olio to do a glassblowing glass. The staff were fantastic, instructive, patient and focused on both safety and delivering a hands on arts experience. Both...More
Great place to try your hand at glass works! - even if your skill level is zero. Rebecca is a patient, safety-minded, and genial teacher. You'll come away with your own soap dish, paper weight, saucer, art object, terrarium, or whatever else you can dream...More
We stumbled across The Olio enroute to another favorite restaurant of ours. This is located in an old industrial building that is being "recaptured" and is still a diamond in the rough. the Olio has two roooms: a small gift shop where you can purchase...More
These guys win the ticket on friendly. I am very much looking forward to taking a class. They give both group and individual classes. In the summer they work on fusing glass, less blowing glass. Furnace is HOT... Probably too hot for blowing glass.
We decided to try something different than the usual painting class. We absolutely love glass art work so we thought it would be fun to blow our own glass creations. We chose to make ornaments. The experience was really cool. We got to create something...More
My family and I first heard about Olio from glass artisans who were doing demonstrations during a fall festival at Bethania Mill & Shops. They were great. For two hours, my wife and I were as entertained as my kids, and it was very informative...More