I taught the kiln casting class for 2 weeks at Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. Pilchuck is beautifully surrounded in a serene woodland, and it provides the time and place to experiment with glass. Since I have visited Pilchuck as a student in 2002, I occasionally joined summer workshop as a student, a TA, or a resident artist of EAiR Program. It is memorable place in my glass career. In my class, we focused on learning structure of molds that is made of multiple parts including core mold and possibilities of expression by layering of the forms in glass. I enjoyed working and sharing our knowledge with students, who came from all over the world, and TAs, Orion and Aimi. Thank you for such beautiful time.