The Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass is pleased to announce that once again they will offer the Award for Excellence and Ashton Hill Award training work placement awards for the year 2015-16. The deadline for entry is Friday 20 March 2015, interviewing Wednesday 15th April, 2015. They are also offering the Stevens Competition prizes.
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.
We are really excited to launch The Creative Glass Guild Awards in association with Spectrum Glass Co. and Uroboros Glass who are kindly donating prizes and judging the shortlisted entries. Top prize worth £1000! We are now taking entries for our five categories: Award for a Functional Fused Glass Object Award for a Decorative Fused […]
Glass Cold Worker: We are looking for skilled/semi-skilled Glass Cold Working Studio Assistant to join our small production team in our newly expanded cold working department. Glass Studio Hot Glass Assistant: We are looking for a studio glass assistant to join our small production team to assist in hot glass production (and to a lesser […]
The 2015 summer course catalogue has been released! Our website has been updated to reflect all the latest and greatest information on the summer’s instructors, artists in residence, and application details.
Earn $1000 towards attending the San Jose, CA Conference! $6,000 USD to be awarded to eligible GAS student members. Five general scholarships of $1,000 each and one $1,000 scholarship to a student whose work uses flameworking techniques. The 2015 Student Scholarship recipients will receive financial support to attend the San Jose California GAS Conference (June 5-7). Jurors […]
This new funding route reflects Creative Scotland’s commitment to simplification and clarity and replaces multiple funding routes that previously existed. Open Project Funding will support arts, screen and creative industries with projects that help them explore, realise and develop their creative potential, widen access to their work, and enrich Scotland’s reputation as a distinctive creative […]