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Thursday May 29, 2014 | by Andrew Page

GLASS subscribers receive special bonus of latest edition of Corning’s New Glass Review

At no extra charge, current subscribers to GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly will receive the latest version of The Corning Museum of Glass's annual exhibition in print of notable new work, juried this year by GLASS contributing editor James Yood, Van Teetterode Glass Studio director Caroline Prisse (Amsterdam), architect Paul Haigh, and Corning curator of modern glass Tina Oldknow. The four have chosen the 100 most important works in glass from the submissions of over 900 artists around the world. Subscriber copies will arrive in mailboxes shortly, shrink-wrapped with the extra bonus of the beautifully printed New Glass Review 35.

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Friday January 4, 2013 | by Andrew Page

UrbanGlass now accepting applications for the Spring 2013 session of its ongoing Bead Project

The Bead Project at UrbanGlass is a scholarship program aimed at creatively inclined, economically disadvantaged women. There are nine open positions for the 10-week session of hands-on classes, where students learn the art of glass beadmaking and simple jewelry fabrication techniques with an eye toward launching a career as a craftsperson. Upon completion of the course requirements, students receive a kit containing the tools and equipment to continue their beadmaking practice.

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Wednesday July 18, 2012 | by laguiri

Special Offer: Complimentary issue of Sculpture for GLASS Quarterly subscribers

New and current GLASS Quarterly subscribers can receive a free issue of Sculpture magazine, for a limited time only. Don’t miss out! Call 718.625.3685, ext. 222, or email with the subject line “Sculpture.” Want to subscribe to GLASS? Click here or call the number above and get your complimentary copy of Sculpture as a special bonus.

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Glass: The UrbanGlass Quarterly, a glossy art magazine published four times a year by UrbanGlass has provided a critical context to the most important artwork being done in the medium of glass for more than 40 years.