The American Glass Guild is excited to be holding our 10th Anniversary Conference in Rockville, MDand Washington, DC, June 18-21, 2015. Special events will be taking place at the Washington National Cathedral, a stained glass lover’s paradise.

 

To kick off the conference, several workshops will be given by leading artists in our field on Thursday, June 18th. This is a great opportunity to get hands on instruction from some very talented and experienced glass artists. Class sizes are limited, so sign up early! 

Lectures and demonstrations by national and international artists will take place June 19th - 21st, and ourAnnual Live Auction, which raises funds for the James Whitney Memorial Scholarship, will take place onFriday night, June 19th. 

The AGG’s annual juried exhibition Glass Art Now: 2015 will also be on view at the National Catherdral from May 1st through July 31st, with an opening reception and walk through with the jury on Saturday, June 20th.


To conclude the conference, a Bus Tour of some of the region’s incredible stained glass windows will take place on Sunday afternoon, June 21st. 

Don’t miss this historic conference, we look forward to seeing you there!


Tony Glander

Conference Chair  

American Glass Now: 2015


The American Glass Guild's Annual Juried Show
American Glass Now: 2015

May 1-July 31 (tentative dates)
Opening Reception June 20, during the 2015 Conference.

The American Glass Guild is very pleased to announce the artists selected for the juried show, American Glass Now: 2015. 

The 17 artists are: Kathy Barnard, Joseph Cavalieri, Marie Foucault Phipps, Saara Gallin, Tony, Glander, Nancy Gong, Mary Higgins, J. Kenneth Leap, Ellen Mandelbaum, Sean Merchant, Troy Moody, Nancy Nicholson, Scott Ouderkirk, Nick Parrendo, Richard Prigg, Patrice Schelkun and Amy Valuck.

Our thanks to the jury - Virginia Raguin (Professor of Art History at College of the Holy Cross), Judith Schaechter (Artist and Educator at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA Academy of the Arts, and the NY Academy of the Arts), and Cynthia Williams (Director of the Smithsonian-Mason MA in the History of Decorative Arts).


The show will be at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. from May 1st to July 31st, 2015. The Jury will review and critique the finished panels at the 10th AGG conference, June 19-21, and present up to three American Glass Guild AGNX Awards for Excellence in the Art of Stained Glass, considering creative use of materials, original expression, aesthetic impact, clarity of narrative, and complexity of execution.

The 2014 Exhibition Catalog is still available for purchase below or by visitng blurb.com. (Starting at $24.99 for Soft cover version plus shipping for orders under 20)



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