Neusole Glassworks - Mobile Hotshop - Cincinnati, OH
Neusole Glassworks - A 501c3 non profit operating foundation
The Mobile Hotshop!

The mobile hotshop is a u-haul truck that we have turned into a mobile glassblowing studio.

We take the mobile hotshop to several different venues, for many different events to do glassblowing demonstrations for the public. Our artist/instructors will discuss what they're doing as they're working, and also answer questions during and after the demo.

We take the mobile hotshop to festivals, where we have also vended as well.
We've even taken the mobile hotshop to schools.

We would love to participate in any events that you have. 
You must schedule for us to come out to your location. You MUST give us at least a month if not more notice.

$100 an hour, including an hour to set up, and another hour to tear down.

The mobile hotshop is for demonstration purposes ONLY. If you are interested in participating in making an item, you will need to come to our studio.
Look at the "Classes" and "Demos and Tours" section on our website for more information.

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The mobile hotshop is a 24 foot fully equipped one of a kind glassblowing studio and stage transported by an attached cab.  The hotshop has the capacity to run fully self contained or to be connected to free standing electric and propane.  Lighting is provided inside the vehicle allowing for late night scheduling.  The furnace takes 24 hours to heat up to 2100 degrees.
Full Length Measurement
28 Feet
Trailer Height
Deck / Stage height
Unfolded Stage area
11 Feet
Capacity Volume
1418 cubic feet
13,500 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity
60 Gallons
Miles per Gallon
8 mpg
Total Height
Internal Working Length
Internal Height
 Gloryhole diameter
 85 pounds of glass
 14" x 20" internal space

Artists who have worked on the mobile hotshop include Eoin Breadon, Mike Davis, Jared Rosenacker, Jamie Payne, Carrie Battista, Pat Frost, Zachary Compton, Logan Brooks, Joshua Katz, Nicole Stahl, Jacob Stout, Jason Chakravarty, and Michael Goodman.