At-Home Fun with
Winter Workshops

Looking to create colorful, unique gifts this holiday season? Join us for beginner-level weekend workshops and create fused glass projects FROM HOME!

Each workshop is led via Zoom by one of our teaching artists. 

Sun Catchers - November 7th
Plates - November 14th
Candle Votive - November 21st
Platter - November 28th

Registration extended until Tuesday, November 3rd

Visit to enroll and choose your projects.

There's Still Time to Make Your Own Pumpkins!

SGS looks beautiful this time of year, filled with gorgeous pumpkins of every shape and size. You can choose from among the pumpkins on the shelf, or you can discover the special thrill of making your own!

We're doing it safely, wearing masks and using a hand inflator, and we're limiting the number of people in our shop at any one time.
Call us to schedule: (520) 884-7814.
Thank You for Voting Us
Best of Tucson

We are honored to be named among this year's Tucson Weekly Best of Tucson honorees!

Thank you all for your support over the years, and especially over the past several months. We are thrilled to have you back in our studios again!

This year's Millions for Tucson grand prize is a 2020 Ford F-150 Platinum! Additional prizes include two round-trip, first-class airline tickets to anywhere in the world and a cash prize of $5,000.

When you purchase a ticket from us (1 for $25 or 5 for $100), Sonoran Glass School keeps 100% of the proceeds, helping support our youth programs, work with veterans, and classes for developmentally disabled adults.

Tickets purchased online will be mailed to you.
“Aw, hell, it’s loaded folks!”
-Jim Click
Sonoran Glass School, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization, exists because of donations, public grants and private support. Our glass community is dedicated to fostering glass as an exciting
and thriving visual arts medium in Tucson, and creating a place where people of all ages and abilities can discover the wonder of glass.. Proceeds from our classes, membership dues, gallery sales, and events support the education and advancement of glass art and glass artists in Southern Arizona.