Thursday February 10, 2022 | by UrbanGlass Staff

February 2022 Studio Bulletin

Upcoming Events
David King: Reduced to Uncertainty

Opening reception March 9th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm Join us for the opening reception of David King's window gallery exhibition. King makes objects, installations, and drawings that address the transiency of perception. Read more about this upcoming exhibition >>

Open Studios March 12th, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Open Studios is back in-person at UrbanGlass! Studio will be closed to rentals until 4:00 PM. More details to come.  Interested in getting involved? Email Karina at .

25 Years of the Bead Project April 27th, 6:00 pm Save the date! UrbanGlass will be celebrating 25 years of the Bead Project. Stay tuned for additional details, including ticket and sponsorship information.   
Upcoming Classes
Next Steps: Color Fades  with Mike Jess 2 Sessions: February 19 + February 20 Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Neon Display: Techniques and Handling  with Clif Eddens 1 Session: March 13 Sunday, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Bead Biennale: Call to Artists  Deadline February 27 The International Bead Biennale is being held for the first time as part of the International Festival of Glass 2022, as a sister exhibition to the British Glass Biennale. It is open to artists, designers, craftspeople and students of all nationalities worldwide who create beads where glass is the key design elementCriteria for submission and more here >> 
MTA Metro-North Railroad: Call for Artists Deadline March 4 MTA Arts & Design is commissioning site-specific permanent artwork for four new stations and one substation. Learn more here >>
BRIClab Deadline March 10 BRIClab is a multi-disciplinary residency program created to advance opportunities for visual artists, performers, and media makers. Details to apply >> 
Recess Session  Deadline March 28 Session provides artists a 1200sf workspace in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn and 6-8 weeks to develop a new inquiry-based project meant to push the boundaries of their practice. Details to apply >> 
Hidden Valley Camp Hiring Glass Professionals Hidden Valley Camp, a summer camp located in Maine, is looking to fill staff positions for glass blowing, flameworking and stained glass studios this summer. Details here >>
International Year of Glass 2022 is the UN International Year of Glass! Learn more and register for events here >> 
More from the Community

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Reminder to check out the Signature Bead Collection from the Fall 2021 class of the Bead Project!
From the Hot Sheet: The second "Better Together" gathering showcases the BIPOC glass community at YAYA in New Orleans