We are a group of 5th year pupils trying to find a kiln to use for a school Young Enterprise project. We are looking to slump glass bottles to make snack trays and boards. We are based in Edinburgh so are looking for somewhere fairly nearby. We are also looking to purchase kiln paper and […]
SGS members are invited to submit a small selection of hi-res images of their work for possible inclusion in Artmag …. It is editorial, for which there is no charge. For more info or to send images contact Ian Sclater – email@example.com
The Glass Art Society Announces 2018 Award Recipients January 16, 2018–The Glass Art Society (GAS) is pleased to announce the selection of its 2018 award recipients. These awards honor and acknowledge individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the development of the glass arts worldwide. The Awards will be received at the Opening Ceremonies of the […]
The Summer Show, Craft Scotland’s annual selling exhibition, is now open for applications. A bit about the show Held on the entire second floor of White Stuff on George Street, Edinburgh, the Craft Scotland Summer Show showcases the work of over 35 Scottish designer/makers. Running for three weeks in August as part of the Edinburgh […]
The Contemporary Glass Society has teamed up with The Design Trust to offer an online programme of workshops to improve your business. This online course is aimed at both new and more established glass artists who want to develop their business and marketing skills, make more sales, improve their presentation and upgrade their level of […]
“Ebb & Flow” by Annica Sandstrom and David Kaplan. Photo: Annica Sandstrom The Scottish Glass Society is delighted to announce the artist/s chosen by Gallery TEN to hold an exhibition there in 2018. Paul Musgrove of Gallery TEN said: “After much deliberation I have reached my decision concerning the Gallery TEN prize for The Scottish Glass […]
Daniel Killeen won the award for his entry of 4 pate de verre pieces, Stone Peat Heather and Sky, inspired by rugged Scottish landscape. Jenny McIntyre, Late Deacon, Incorporation of Wrights, Trades House of Glasgow, along with Fiona Logue, Director of Craft Scotland, spent a considerable time looking at the pieces in the exhibition, and made their […]
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