Press Coverage

Press coverage from November 15, 2017 by Wendy Su for Avenue Magazine - Link

Bergdorf’s Windows A Love Letter to NY

​This year, Bergdorf's Holiday windows express an appreciation for the arts, history, music, film and cultural highlights of the city.​ The theme of the decor is inspired by seven New York institutions: the American Museum of Natural History, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Museum of the Moving Image, New York Botanical Garden, New York Philharmonic, New York Historical Society and UrbanGlass. ​

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Press coverage from October 17, 2017 by David Young for New York Cottages and Gardens Magazine

Earning Their Keep

Brooklyn glassblowing power couple, Adam Holtzinger and Susan Spiranovich, share their process, techniques and driving forces that Keep them motivated.

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Press coverage from October 1, 2017 by Liz Logan for American Craft Magazine - Link

Passing the Torch

​The Bead Project teaches women how to create over a flame, start a business, and focus their talents.

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Press coverage from August 24, 2017 by Laura Hoffmann for Artforum - Link

Suzanne McClelland

Suzanne McClelland’s exhibition “Just Left Feel Right” at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut, is a survey that includes some of the artist’s recent forays into unfamiliar territory. Here, she discusses her glass piece Runners Up, 2014–16, in the context of her twenty-five years of painting. The show is on view through September 4, 2017.

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Press coverage from August 21, 2017 by Liz Logan for 1st Dibs - Introspective Magazine - Link

How One Workshop Became the East Coast Epicenter of Glass Art

The pioneering New York studio UrbanGlass — which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year — has served as an idea incubator and workshop for the likes of Robert Rauschenberg and Dale Chihuly. Today, it supports a thriving new generation of artists.

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Press coverage from July 21, 2017 by Producer: Nick Ravich. Director: Nick Ravich. for Art21 - Link

Caroline Woolard’s Floating Possibility

What if the ocean was your studio? Artist Caroline Woolard and a group of collaborators embark on Carried on Both Sides, a research-based sculptural project that reimagines the past and future of a once ubiquitous object, the Roman amphora.

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