Chicago School of Glass Art

Chicago's Glass Art Studio

Contact Us

Chicago School of Glass Art
870 S. Arthur Ave.
Arlington Heights, IL. 60005
Ph# 224-735-2376

Tuesday  –  10 AM to 2 PM

Wednesday, Thursday – 10 AM to 6 PM

Friday – By Appointment Only call #224-735-2376

Saturday – 10 AM to 4 PM

Sundays and Mondays we are closed


16 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. What is the Glaskolben class?

    • The Glaskolben class is a glass blowing class for small glass ornaments using a propane torch. The class is $100 and includes the cost of materials. Each student however must bring one or two canisters of MAP/Pro fuel. You can get these canisters at Home Depot, Lowes and Menards for about $8.00. The canister is a long thin canister and is yellow in color.

  2. Hi: I’m looking for somebody who can make a set of six candle sleeves / bobeches for two gas / electric “combination” lighting fixtures in our 1907 house in Chicago. If you send me an email address, I’ll send pictures of what I’m looking for. Thanks

  3. When is the Garden Stake Workshop this summer?

    • Krista, The way we work things at our studio is you can come in anytime to do the workshop during the hours we offer stained glass instruction. These hours include Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings (we open at 10 AM) and Wednesday evenings (we close at 8 PM). The class includes 6 hours of instruction time so you would need to call or email the studio to request the dates and times you would like to come in. Its just that easy! We look forward to hearing from you.

  4. Hi,
    I was hoping someone there could help me.
    I have a friend coming to Illinois, Chicago next week and whilst he was in the US I was going to ask him to pick me up a new GTT torch.
    Do you know of any stockists around this area where he could pick one up?

    Thanks in advance for your time
    Kind regards

    • Sorry Kevin GTT sits hard on who they let sell their torches. We have asked them before and they have never gotten back to us. So, sorry a loss for them and you; wish I could help.

  5. I like the idea of the Thursday demos. All the subjects sound educational and give one a chance to know something more before signing up for a class.

  6. Is flame working the same as lampworking? I’m interested more in sculpture than beads. Thank you.

    • The terms kind of get twisted together a little. Lampworking is usually beads and flame working is usually sculpting. But you almost need to read what the school is offering to see what it is they are doing. We offer lampworking for beads.

  7. Hi, I see you are offering the bead making classes again but I missed the beginning of the session. Do you offer private lessons or will you be offering the class again this year? I am really interested in learning lampworking. Thank you, Stacey

    • Not sure what you are saying. You did not miss any beginning session. The class being offered is a one day event and you can sign up for that class. We will more than likely hold classes similar to this one next year, but not sure on any dates at this time.

  8. I misunderstood. I thought it was a session not a single class. Thank you so much for your quick response.

  9. Hi,

    I am from India and would like to learn about Stained Glass making in your institute. Kindly advice as to how I could proceed further.

    • Hi John, We are a stained glass studio that offers introductory level classes in stained glass. You can sign up for classes by emailing us and letting us know which class you want to sign up for. Class dates and times are listed on our website on the calendar page.

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