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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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Press coverage from May 8, 2019 by Rachel Bashein for New York Magazine

3 New York Design Happenings to Check Out This Week

​UrbanGlass Gala and Auction ​Since UrbanGlass was founded in 1977, artists like Robert Rauschenberg and Kiki Smith have leaned on it to undertake ambitious projects in glass and reach new heights. The experimental glass workshop will hold its annual gala and auction on Thursday, May 16, at its studio in Brooklyn. This year's event honors artists Tauba Auerbach and Keith Sonnier, as well as gallerists Zesty Meyers and Evan Snyderman.

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Press coverage from April 4, 2019 for ARTFORUM - Link

UrbanGlass Awards Visiting Artist and Designer Fellowships

UrbanGlass, the Brooklyn-based organization that aims to foster experimentation and advance the appreciation for glass as a creative medium, announced today that Dean Erdmann, Carly Mandel, and Tiffany Jaeyeon will receive Visiting Art Fellowships and Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves of Studio Swine have been selected for its Visiting Designer Fellowships.

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Press coverage from February 7, 2019 by Pamela Wong for Bklyner - Link

Weekend Art Events: February 8-10

Happy Black History Month! There are a couple of events lined up this weekend to celebrate the annual observance of African-American history including the return of Myrtle Avenue’s Black Artstory Month and BAM’s Black Comix Expo. Check the Bklyner Calendar for more events happening around town or to list one of your own.

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Press coverage from January 16, 2019

Devin Mathis named Executive Director of UrbanGlass

BROOKLYN—January 16, 2019—UrbanGlass announces the appointment of Devin Mathis as its Executive Director, effective today. After a national search, the Board of Directors selected Mathis to lead the iconic organization, based in the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District. Mathis joins UrbanGlass from the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy in New York, where she was the Director of Programs, leading nearly five hundred cultural, recreational, and educational programs annually.

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