Tuesday November 21, 2017 | by Malcolm Morano

GLASS Quarterly's online directory, an exhaustive list of education programs and suppliers, is a searchable treasure-trove of information

GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly has launched a comprehensive online directory of glass schools and suppliers. Organized by areas of focus, this directory is an exhaustive list of every glass education program – degree and non-degree granting – and all glassmaking material, equipment, and tools suppliers we were able to locate. Visit glassquarterly.com/resources (or simply click the “Resources” tab at the top right of this screen), and start using the definitive, up-to-date resource for the glass art field.

Using the tabs at the directory’s top, visitors can select their list (degree-granting schools, non-degree granting schools, or suppliers), and filter for their specific needs by clicking on the areas of focus. Looking for university programs in glassblowing? Select “Degree-Granting Education” and “Hot Glass Studio,” and find your future alma-mater. Upgrading to a larger kiln? Select “Suppliers” and “Casting and Kilnforming,” and find all your options in one comprehensive, convenient, and up-to-date list.

All of our listings have been contacted and confirmed to be in business, serving glass artists every day. No more calling old numbers and searching through defunct websites. Visit glassquarterly.com/resources and find the solutions to all your glass needs in one place.

Check out glassquarterly.com/resources now!


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 35 years.