Past Events

  • December 1st, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Enjoy an afternoon behind-the-scenes in our spectacular 17,000 square foot facilities to learn how artists use science to sculpt glass into amazing things!

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  • October 30th, 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join CPA Iryna Stephanchuk for a conversation about common business structures. If you’re a self-employed visual artist, photographer, filmmaker, writer, musician, or other creative worker, you can benefit from understanding the legal side of your work. Come find out the basics of business registration and protecting your work.

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  • October 17th – November 30th, 2018

Leo Tecosky's Neon Medina is a new installation of illuminated glass sculpture. Referencing graffiti tropes and decorative Islamic art, the combination is an aesthetic challenge to conventional ideas of craft, art and design.

Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 17th, 6-8pm

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  • October 10th, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for our magical 2018 Fall Fundraiser. Each guest will receive a stunning, handmade MysteryGlass as a keepsake for the occasion, and can use this gift to enjoy a selection of sumptuous drinks during the evening. What glass will you receive? 

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  • August 15th – October 5th, 2018

Paige Lizbeth Morris' If only you were lonely, too is a vulnerable portrayal of modern romance where we descend into the emotional space somewhere between elation and despondency. The work conjures moments of reflection regarding our own relationships with love, loss, hope, and regret.

Opening Reception: August 15th 6-8pm

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  • July 18th, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

In conjunction with the Alchemy exhibition at BRIC, this panel discussion between exhibition artist and current UrbanGlass studio resident Anna Riley, art historian Ana Matisse Donefer-Hickie of the Making & Knowing Project, poet Leonard Nalenz of Project 404, and D. Graham Burnett of The Order of the Third Bird, to discuss new and innovative ways of experiencing/producing knowledge. The panel will be moderated by the visual artist Caroline Woolard.

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