Keystone College prepares fine arts students for specialized careers in the field of glass making. The College’s on-campus glass studio, featuring all the equipment and technology needed to produce fine works in the artistic medium of glass, is regarded as the best in the region.
Keystone can take its glass making capabilities on the road with a Mobile Glass Studio for use at local schools, festivals, conferences, and concerts.
Hot-glass learning at local high schools.
The Mobile Glass Studio, the only one of its kind in the region, is complete with its own glass furnace and all the component parts of a working glass studio. The Studio provides high school students with a unique opportunity to experience glass making. In addition to the artistic and aesthetic aspect of the process, students learn some of the chemistry and physics principles behind the heating and molding of raw materials used to make glass objects.
School districts participating in the mobile-glass program:
- Blue Ridge
- Forest City
- Lackawanna Trail
- Mountain View
- Tunkhannock Area
- Wayne Highlands
- Western Wayne
Supported in part by a state program and a partnership with the historic Dorflinger Glass Museum in White Mills, Pa.