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Past Events


  • October 24th, 2017, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join artist Beth Lipman for an artist talk with an introduction by Olga Tetkowski, the Exhibitions Manager at the Drawing Center, and a former colleague of Lipman's from UrbanGlass.

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  • October 23rd, 2017, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for a festive evening of handcrafted gin, stunning handmade glassware, and tasty treats, all while observing artists sculpting molten glass!

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  • October 11th – November 24th, 2017

 Artist Michiko Sakano aims to create work where everything co exists. Opening Reception October 11, 6-8pm.

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  • September 10th, 2017, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

A free, one-day seminar exploring methods and approaches to cast glass with internationally-renowned artist and educator Richard Whiteley, who will outline and share some of his extensive knowledge on kiln casting and cold working. 

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  • September 6th – October 28th, 2017

In CLUE artist and longtime member of the UrbanGlass community John Drury surveys the current output of artists in New York City creating with glass. Opening Reception: September 6th from 6-8pm.

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  • August 9th – September 29th, 2017

“The starting point of my work is the colonial abuse of indigenous people. Specifically the Swedish governmental colonial effect on my little Sami hometown in Tärna, Sweden on the polar circle." -Tomas Colbengtson

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  • June 7th – July 28th, 2017

Through a field of 140 small sculptures installed on a round table, Lemaire considers the currency of history in the age of Twitter. Opening reception: June 7th from 6-8pm. 

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  • April 12th – May 26th, 2017

Light is intangible and invisible, but its effect on our lives is profound. Taguchi's interest in creating works with light is in experiencing the phenomenon of their visual qualities as well as in the creation of a relaxing and sublime space. Opening Reception April 12th 6-8pm.

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  • February 1st – March 26th, 2017

As an exhibition theme, Dead Horse Bay offers a chance to examine reuse of glass, the history of glassware in consumer goods, and how the sonic and tactile experience with glass at the place, in all its luminous colors, can be an unexpected muse.

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