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Press coverage from July 9, 2020 for The New York Times Style Magazine - Link

The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week

In March, as New York City went into lockdown, the creative community working at UrbanGlass — a nonprofit organization that provides glassblowing studio space, exhibitions and classes for artists and designers in Downtown Brooklyn — faced an uncertain future.

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Press coverage from May 19, 2020 by Jennifer Hahn for Dezeen - Link

Denim chair and palm-frond light are among 11 more designs from Offsite Online: Selects showcase

Selects is an exhibition of singular works from independent designers, presented under the umbrella of the annual Offsite contemporary design showcase by New York design magazine Sight Unseen. ... The Traipse pitcher was designed by Kalen Kaminski of New York brand Upstate and produced by Grace Whiteside in her UrbanGlass studio.

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Press coverage from January 3, 2020 for ArtsGazing - Link

Currently on View

Olivia Booth: Drawing Out Time – UrbanGlass ... That being said, the works in Olivia Booth: Drawing Out Time are so fascinating in their use of material and color, we’d be willing to take the risk.

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Monica Cook’s “Receiver,” from 2017, in her new solo show, “Above and Below” at UrbanGlass.Creditvia UrbanGlass; Blaine Davis

Press coverage from August 14, 2019 by Jillian Steinhauer for The New York Times - Link

New York Galleries: What to See Right Now

In Monica Cook’s world, and by extension her solo show “Above and Below,” everything is both beautiful and decrepit. Glass serpents gleam in the sculpture “Honeypot” (2019), but the treelike structure they guard appears weathered and aged.

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Press coverage from July 30, 2019 by Hannah Frishberg for New York Post - Link

Can Netflix’s ‘Blown Away’ make ancient glassblowing hot?

“People stumble upon it one night when they’re binge-watching TV and they come take a class here,” Devin Mathis, executive director of Brooklyn’s UrbanGlass, tells The Post. “A lot of individuals say they Googled to see what was out there in New York after watching the show” and came upon the studio space, which offers educational programming and has a retail shop.

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Photography by Jason Schmidt

Press coverage from May 28, 2019 by Hannah Martin for Architectural Digest - Link

Glass Act

One of those ideas has finally sprung to life at UrbanGlass, the Brooklyn hot shop where Adelman has been working with glass artist Michiko Sakano to create an array of unique treasures.

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