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Meeting of The Scottish Stained Glass Symposium

Meeting of The Scottish Stained Glass Symposium, Friday 20th March 2015 at 11.00 a.m., Coffee from 10.45 onwards, Cockenzie and Port Seton: Chalmers Memorial Church

Cast glass art work with layers of black and green glass making up a tapered cube with a hole in the centre

Cutting Edge: Modern Hungarian Glass

Cutting-Edge showcases 16 contemporary Hungarian glass artists, representing both emerging makers and established artists such as Zoltan Bohus and Laszlo Lukacsi.

New Website Launched

Welcome to the new website of the Scottish Glass Society. We thought we would introduce you to some of the features of the site and ways you can use it.

Welcome to the SGS website

Welcome to our new website. We hope that you will find it more up to date and user-friendly than the old site. We just wanted to run through some of the features and help you get started with using the site as a member. Logging In If you are a current member of the Scottish […]

International Summer Academy Bild-Werk Frauenau 2015‏

Once again the Bild-Werk International Summer Academy offers glass art courses in all variations: hot and cold, blown and engraved, cut and painted, and a fully interdisciplinary range of courses including painting, printing, ceramics, and sculpture. You will find these magnificent offerings from established teachers and newer and increasingly avant-garde teachers.

Craft Scotland logo black on white background

Exhibit with Craft Scotland at SOFA Chicago 2015

Craft Scotland have been selected to exhibit at SOFA Chicago for 2015, and plan to showcase the work of approximately twelve makers. SOFA exhibitors are expected to present museum-quality, one-of-a-kind sculpture, objects and functional art, all for sale. We are looking for makers whose work would be suitable for an audience of American collectors and buyers.

Sculpture at Bermondsey Square – Open Call

VITRINE Gallery is commissioning a series of outdoor sculptures to be exhibited in Bermondsey Square, south London. Each project will last around six months. The aim of this project is to give emerging/mid-career artists the opportunity to create exciting new work for a public space.