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2024 Hamilton Taylor Award Deadline Extended to 31 July 2024

You don’t need to be a current member of the Scottish Glass Society but must become one if your application is successful. You can join here. (Please fill out the yellow form on the right hand side of the screen). There is no set application form; the application should include a 500 word statement (max) […]

Balance & Harmony Exhibition

Application closing date: 5pm on Friday 26 July 2024 A Joint Exhibition by The Scottish Glass Society and the Contemporary Glass Society “Balance and Harmony” Wednesday, 18th September to Wednesday, 25th September, 2024Private View/Opening on Tuesday, 17th September at 6pm  Closing date for Submissions Friday, 26th July 2024 Applications are made via Curatorspace LINK Theme:In 2024, the Scottish Glass Society (SGS) have […]

Awards

Scottish Glass Society Awards 2024 The SGS Travel Award of £300 assists students or recent graduates who have been working less than 10 years in glass, who wish to travel to pursue their studies in glass art.  We have changed the criteria a little so that its more relevant to SGS members. The Hamilton Taylor […]

National Icons Exhibition

The Scottish Glass Society 2023 Annual Exhibition National Icons continue to be available on line at National Icons. Please browse the exhibition and support the 26 artists who are exhibiting their unique interpretations of National Icons – its very varied. All work is for sale. Photo curtesy of Art Mag and Tim Kirman

‘Journey’ 2021 Exhibition Online Now

Our exhibition “Journey’ is online now! 15th October to Tuesday 30th November The theme of the exhibition is still ‘Journey!’ Over the last 18 months of the Covid pandemic & subsequent lockdowns, every artist has been affected. Some of us have floundered, some have thrived. Some have been touched by the virus itself, others touched […]

‘Mapping the Future’ – Read the report

Mapping the Future: The Role of the Scottish Glass Society in Sustaining and Developing the Glass Sector in Scotland   In our 40th anniversary year, we seized the opportunity to take stock of what we had achieved; what the current needs of our members and the wider Scottish glass sector were; and what was needed to […]