Inter-generational Bonding Through Fused Glass Art

June 29, 2017

Lots of fun with this 6 sessions of pioneering Inter-generational Bonding Programme through Fused Glass Art.


Art pupils from Duman High School work with the seniors at St Hilda's Community Service Centre to create amazing Functional Glass Art.

Glass Art not only created the opportunity to bridge the gap between the young and the seniors, but also sparked up the fire for unique artistic creations. Programme is funded by the WeCareFund, a collaboration between the National Arts Council and the People’s Association.

Gallery Pictures from Session 1 - Making a Glass Coaster. Basic Skills 

Gallery Pictures from Session 2 - Glass Jewellery Making. Basic Skills

Gallery Pictures from Session 3 - Mosaic Glass Plate Making 

Gallery Pictures from Session 4 - Focus on Design on Glass Plate Making 

Gallery Pictures from Session 5 - Working Small. Making a pair of exquisite glass coaster

Gallery Pictures from Session 6 - Making a Sushi Plate

Glass Artworks with a Social Purpose

July 08, 2015

Since 2015, Goodman Glass Studio has been the partner of KPMG for a corporate social initiative called KPMG Cares. This initiative seeks to provide gainful employment for disadvantaged and handicapped people. This is in the form of sponsorship of the training required to produce quality glassworks. KPMG sells the glass works to their corporate clients. 

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