Donor Event: A Night Celebrating UrbanGlass’ Visiting Fellows
- February 8th, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Join UrbanGlass for a private event in our 17,000 square foot studios, featuring 2019 Visiting Artist Dean Erdmann as they recreate two life-sized ATV tires through the process of mold blowing in our professional hotshop.Continue Reading
Stephanie Sara Lifshutz: But I Don’t Mind.
- January 15th – March 13th, 2020
Opening reception is Wednesday, January 15th 6-8PM. Artist talk at 5:45PM, open to the public.
But I Don't Mind. is an installation of new works by Stephanie Sara Lifshutz, that embodies her experience as a feminist Jewish woman navigating the Neon Studio Industry.Continue Reading
Professional Development Series: NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship
- January 15th, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
If you’re interested in learning how NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship can help your project by applying to grants and fundraising, and to learn how to apply for a NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship, please join us at an upcoming information session.Continue Reading
Open Studios: Jewelry
- November 23rd, 2019, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Enjoy an afternoon behind-the-scenes in UrbanGlass’ 17,000 square foot glass studios learning the various ways glass techniques can be used for making jewelry. In collaboration with NYC Jewelry Week, demonstrations will show how glassblowing, neon, coldworking, and much more can be used to create beautiful wearable forms!Continue Reading
Mia Sartori: Re/Collect
- November 13th – January 3rd, 2020
Opening reception is Wednesday, November, 13th 6-8pm.
Mia Sartori’s installation, Re/Collect, is a celebration and tribute to the mundane. Through a series of sculptures and collections, Sartori brings attention to objects that are often overlooked that one might interact with on a daily basis but pay no mind to.Continue Reading
Olivia Booth: Drawing Out Time
- November 13th – January 31st, 2020
Curated by Alexis Wilkinson.
UrbanGlass presents new work by artist Olivia Booth. The works included range from sculptures made of reflective materials in slumped or melted states, invented ritualistic devices, subtle architectural interventions, and in-situ drawings depicting an inventory of real and imagined forms the artist has accumulated over the years.Continue Reading