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March 4 – June 4
Artwork of the
Washington Glass School
& Virginia Glass Guild
Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, Portsmouth, VA
Contemporary glass artists explore new directions in glass media following the mastery of the glass art movement spawned during the 1970s. From neon to hot-worked and cold-formed glass,Embracing Narrative features the work by members of the Washington Glass School, located in Washington DC and Virginia Glass Guild, originally founded as the Peninsula Glass Guild. Together these organizations promote the awareness and advancement of glass through ideas, theory, sculptural design, technology and installation.
May 25 – July 9
Virginia Glass Guild Member Show
Slover Library, Norfolk, VA
June 2 – July 3
Reception June 2, 6- 8p
Baron and Ellin Gordon Gallery, Old Dominion University
with 7 other artists.
Coinciding with the Glass Art Society (GAS) annual conference, hosted by the Chrysler Museum of Art June 1 – 3, this exhibition features artists who are from or work in Virginia and are award winners for their work in glass and other media, including multiple best-in-show winners from the annual Virginia Glass Guild Juried Exhibition held at the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center in Hampton.
May 26 – June 18
artspace Radius250 Show
artspace, Richmond, VA
7th biennial juried regional exhibition
Texas Tech University
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
June 5 – June 8: Summer Glass Kiln Casting Workshop announced by the School of Art. Explore different casting processes with Jude Schlotzhauer to create solid three dimensional objects in glass. This workshop will work from found objects and clay models to make plaster and sand molds. Once the molds are filled with glass, they will melt into solid forms in the kiln. Metal inclusions will also be covered.