Glass events taking place around Scotland

Scottish Glass Now – a networking event for glass artists

A networking event for Glass Artists you can participate or be in the audience – the choice is yours…. this 2 hour event will give each presenter just under 7 mins each to present their work, the audience will be able to ask questions at the end. This event is presented by Edinburgh College of […]

Zero to Launch online masterclass

Thinking about starting or growing your glass business? You might be surprised at how fast that can happen – once you have a roadmap that makes sure you get to where you want to go. Join the Scottish Glass Society and Clare Holliday from Indie Retail Academy for this live masterclass as we explore the […]


Join us to hear proposals on the 5 year plan for the Scottish Glass Society and make your voice heard about future funding bids to support our activity. Shared lunch – bring a plate. Why not join us for a Curator Tour with Sarah Rothwell at the National Museum of Scotland after the AGM?

Curator tour

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Scottish Glass Society, join curator Sarah Rothwell to learn about contemporary glass and the innovative and skilled glass makers featured in the Dan Klein and Alan J Poole Collection. Adults £7, Members & Conc.* £6, Students £5  *Over 60s, students with valid NUS or Young Scot card, unemployed with ID, […]

Glass CSI: Solve those glass crimes!

Want to figure out what went wrong with that glass piece that didn’t turn out as expected? Join our crack team of detectives to investigate! Exclusively for SGS members. (Not yet a member – join now!) £12. Limited spaces. Booking essential – book your place now. Every artist and maker has failures – it’s part […]


The Scottish Gallery presents Convergence, an exhibition showcasing new work from some of the finest Scottish, British and International artists working in glass today. Vidar Koksvik presents blown glass from Norway, alongside LOEWE Foundation Craft Prize 2019 nominee and Edinburgh College of Art trained Harry Morgan, kiln formed glass from Karlyn Sutherland and a new collaboration from Inge Panneels and photographer Kevin Greenfield.

Transition ECA Glass: 110 Years of Glass at Edinburgh College of Art

A talk by Dr Jessamy Kelly about the Glass Programme at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA). Glass has been taught at Edinburgh College of Art since 1909, as one of the most celebrated and established programmes in Europe, the ECA glass programme is unique within Scotland and is one of the few centres of excellence […]