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UrbanGlass will be closed Monday, January 18, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
  • Artists Jamie Harris, Josh Raiffe, and Shuhei Fujii

  • Bianca Abreu, AUR Jewelry: Ferris Wheels

  • Alison Siegel and Pamela Sabroso's installation Pom Pom Party

  • Michiko Sakano, White Cloud. Photography by Lauren Coleman 

  • Monica Cook: Above and Below, exhibition

UrbanGlass, the New York City based nonprofit established in 1977, fosters experimentation and advances the use and critical understanding of glass as a creative medium.

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Classes at UrbanGlass offer students of all ages the opportunity to explore the endless possibilities of glass. While our in-person workshops are delayed, we are offering a variety of online programming including lectures, professional development from our staff, and tutorials.


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Reopening Updates

Upcoming in the Agnes Varis Art Center

Stirring Glows

The exhibition Stirring Glows features recently made neon works by artists who frequently incorporate this medium in their respective multimedia practices. While addressing the rich history of street neon lights, as well as the historical neon art production, the works displayed speak about and call the attention to urgent topics of our times. Features artwork by Alejandro Diaz, Graciela Cassel, Hannah Kirkpatrick, Indira Cesarine, James Akers, Jan Tichy, Kate Harding, Lucy Gillis, Patrick Martinez and Soledad Arias.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Art Center Hours
  • Mon Online only

  • Tue Online only

  • Wed 11:30-6:30

  • Thu 11:30-6:30

  • Fri 11:30-6:30

  • Sat 11:30-6:30

  • Sun Online only

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