The Columbus Museum offers a wide range of art-making experiences, as well as art history and history courses throughout the year.  These programs celebrate the art-making experience, as well as place the museum’s collection of art and artifacts within context.  Each class is taught by local and regional art, art history and history professionals, as well as museum staff.  Please see the class listings below. To register and pay online, please click on the payment button under the class you wish to register for.

You may register online for a class using the links below. For more information, please contact the Education Department at

Hot Glass Date Night| 4-8 PM (2-hour sessions)
$150 Members/ $175 Future Members

Instructor:  Kelly Robertson, Calvary Glass

Looking for something fun and creative to do on your next get-together with that special someone, your bestie, or maybe even a family member?  Then this hot-glass “date” night is for you.  You and your companion will learn how to gather, heat, and shape molten glass into beautiful forms for a one-of a kind piece of art! Each person will make at least one piece, choosing from the following items: flower, paperweight, heart or ornament, and more.  No previous experience is required and this session is available for beginner, intermediate, or advanced students. Only one individual in each pair should register, as the fee includes both participants.

All sessions are sold out. 





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