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Pilchuck Glass School

ADDRESS

1201 316th Street NW

Stanwood, WA 98292

Pilchuck Glass School fosters and educates a worldwide community that explores the creative use of glass in art and design. The school is an international center for glass art education, drawing artists of all stripes from across the globe to share their knowledge, explore, and innovate together. Summer and Fall workshops and seasonal residencies provide the perfect environment for artists to delve into their work and learn from each other. Pilchuck supports cross-disciplinary experimentation and encourages the integration of art, craft, design, history, and technology. Session activities include presentations, discussions, demonstrations, exhibitions, collaborations, and plenty of individual work time. The Pilchuck experience is immersive—it’s a rich and fast-paced learning environment set amidst the serene, forested foothills of the Cascade Mountains overlooking the Puget Sound. New and experienced artists alike often make tremendous conceptual and artistic progress in their short time on campus. Scholarships are available for all workshops.

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Pittsburgh Glass Center

ADDRESS

5472 Penn Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15206

PHONE

412.365.2145

The Pittsburgh Glass Center is a public-access school, gallery, and state-of-the-art glass studio dedicated to teaching, creating, and promoting glass art. World-renowned glass artists come here to make glass art. People interested in learning more about glass come here to take a class, explore the contemporary glass gallery, and watch live hot glass demonstrations. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional resources and instruction to expand the skills and knowledge of our students and artists.

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The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass

ADDRESS

1 Museum Way

Corning, NY 14830

PHONE

(607) 438-5100

The Studio is an internationally renowned facility that offers glassworking classes for a variety of skill levels. Classes are taught by top artists and instructors from around the world, and are held year-round. Students enjoy the resources of The Studio, as well as the Museum’s collection and the Rakow research library. Spring and fall classes include ten-week sessions that meet once per week, as well as weekend sessions and one-day sessions. Summer and winter intensive classes are one or two weeks in length. Scholarships are available. Other resources include studio rentals, artist residencies, live streamed artist demos, and video resources. Learn more or apply online at cmog.org/studio.

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UrbanGlass

ADDRESS

647 Fulton St.

Brooklyn, NY 11217

PHONE

718.625.3685

UrbanGlass is a leading resource for both aspiring and established artists wishing to create with glass. We foster innovative art, and advance the use and appreciation of glass as a creative medium. UrbanGlass is a comprehensive public-access studio with an extensive education program. Areas of study include hot glass casting and glassblowing, flame-working, bead-making, stained glass, kilnforming and kiln casting, and cold working and mosaics. Classes and private lessons are available to the public throughout the year and offer opportunities for beginners and advanced artists alike. Our state-of-the-art studios are also available for rent, making it easy for students and professionals to continue creating with glass.

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