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Friday November 19, 2021 | by UrbanGlass Staff

Virtual Su-CASA Reunion Art Show

This October, nearly four months after we wrapped up our 4-week Virtual Su-CASA program for Brooklyn seniors, we were excited to gather everyone back together for a virtual reunion art show. It had been so long since we last saw each other, so this was a chance to reconnect, catch up on what everyone had been up to, and see the work they made using the glass mosaic art kits we sent everyone after the program ended. …

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Monday November 15, 2021 | by UrbanGlass Staff

November Studio Bulletin

Upcoming Events Bead Project Trunk ShowNovember 14th, 1:00 – 3:00 PM Come join us as we celebrate the Bead Project students completing their course and stepping up as UrbanGlass community members, renters, artists, creatives, and friends! Stop by the Trunk Show to shop their finished work, and congratulate the students on their hard work.

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Phillip Rucker (middle) attended our Virtual Su-CASA program for seniors, The Many Facets of Glass, in summer 2021. After learning about the many creative possibilities of glass remotely, Phillip received a scholarship to attend an in-person glassblowing class with teaching artist Anna Riley.

Thursday October 21, 2021 | by UrbanGlass Staff

The Veteran Meets UrbanGlass By Phillip Rucker VA PRRC Outpatient

Now, I consider myself to be a reasonable man, most times. But the heat was like that of a molten steel factory just before pouring liquid steel into molds.…

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Thursday August 5, 2021 | by UrbanGlass Staff

Makeda Firmin & Susie Peck

Makeda, UrbanGlass Bloomberg intern, leads an interview with artist Suzanne Peck....Suzanne Peck is a visual artist, writer, curator and educator who lives and creates in Rochester, NY. She loves photography, digital video, literature, and finally, glass. …

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Saturday July 17, 2021 | by UrbanGlass Staff

Su-CASA 2021

​Over the past several years we’ve had the incredible opportunity to grow partnerships with Brooklyn area senior centers through Su-CASA, a city-funded community arts program. Su-CASA has allowed us to bring ongoing mosaic classes to senior adults across the borough, giving them the platform to master a new skill, create community with their classmates, and share their stories through glass art. …

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