Fused Glass Fanatics

N/A is the main language of Fused Glass Fanatics facebook group. Having alot of group type in Facebook: close, open and secret and it is a CLOSED group. They attracted 9,430 members. So people rank it like a Large group. 162527340441074 is the identifier of this group with Facebook. 2015-03-28 11:38:43 is the closest date we have information about it.

UPDATED: FGF is for sharing projects and ideas, asking and answering questions about fused glass, learning about educational opportunities and many other things. The overall guideline? Be civil and friendly – we are a fusing FAMILY here. The detailed guidelines? No "flaming" or attacks toward other members. While it is okay to post information on classes or workshops, please do not post items you want to sell, product sales, or links promoting commercial pages, craigslist pages, etc. Please note that not every mention of commercial sites is against the rules. We don’t want members directly posting commercial posts to the group – however -- if a member has a question, and the answer is a product, it is completely acceptable to provide that information in the responding thread. Before posting a question, please use the little magnifying glass in the upper right corner of the page, and search to see if the question has already been asked. Then you can find your answer, without everyone having to answer the question again. If you don't find an answer, AND YOU HAVE ALREADY GOOGLED THE QUESTION WITH NO SUCCESS, then please post (including photos, COE, firing schedule, kiln info, number of layers, etc.), and hopefully someone will help. If you have a question for a specific member, please message them directly and not to the entire group. While we are a large group of members who share an immense amount of information, not all members feel equally about sharing certain techniques. This is the right of each member. If an artist chooses not to share a certain technique, process, or style, please respect that decision. Also, please note that if you learned a technique in a specialty workshop, please do not post the "how to" in this group, but rather refer those interested to the instructor teaching the technique. If an instructor finds a student is posting the classroom technique here and complains, the member could face removal from the group. POSTS THAT VIOLATE THE GUIDELINES LISTED HERE WILL BE DEETED WITHOUT NOTIFICATION. Members who repeatedly violate these rules will be removed from the group. Our companion website, www.fusedglassfanatics.com, has additional resources, including the websites of FGF members, education locations, and commercial websites for fusing related products, among other things. For questions about the website, please contact Lisa Dayhoff privately. For any other questions or concerns about the Facebook group, please message the group owner (Warren Norgaard) privately. Additional group administrators include Lisa Dayhoff, and Jo Kappel. Thank you, everyone! Fuse on!