Upcoming Glass Sculpture Show : Artists of the Washington Glass School & DC GlassWorks

>ARTDC Gallery hosts sculptural glass work by artists of Washington Glass School and DC GlassWorks

An exhibit of glass artwork from artists of the Washington Glass School and DC GlassWorks are featured in a show that links the two DC-area glass institutions:The Common Element.

Hosted by the organization ArtDC.org (in their new Hyattsville gallery at the Lustine Center), the collaborative spirit of the two studios is celebrated in this groundbreaking art show.

The Common Element: Glass and Sculpture

ARTDC Gallery
5710 Baltimore Avenue
Hyattsville, MD 20781
August 15- September 6, 2009

Reception August 15, 2009, 4-6 pm

Artists include: Patrick Burke, David Cook, Joe Corcoran, Cheryl P. Derricotte, Nancy Donnelly, Sean Hennessey, Michael Janis, Steven Jones, Brendan Kager, Jennifer Lindstrom, David D’Orio, Anne Plant, Ragan Sheridan, Erwin Timmers, Megan Van Wagoner and Sue Weisenburger.

Glassweekend @ Wheaton Arts

>The Creative Glass Center of America at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center and the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass hosts GlassWeekend 2009, an International Symposium and Exhibition of Contemporary Glass.
Since 1985, GlassWeekend, a biennial event, has brought together the world’s leading glass artists, collectors, galleries, and museum curators for a three-day weekend of exhibitions, lectures, hands-on glassmaking, artists, demonstrations and social events.

Tim Tate Stars in My Pocket, Like Grains of Sand

GlassWeekend events are held at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, home of the Creative Glass Center of America and the Museum of American Glass. WheatonArts is located 45 minutes from both Philadelphia and Atlantic City and less than three hours from New York City and Washington.

Part of the symposium is an exhibition in the Museum of American Glass titled: “Rising Stars of the 21st Century”. This exhibit features the work of young and talented artists who are considered “Rising Stars.” The artists are: Oben Abright, Alex Bernstein, Christina Bothwell, Jeremy Lepisto, Matt Szosz, and our own Tim Tate.

Maurine Littleton Gallery is one of the exhibitors at the biennial, and will be featuring the work of Michael Janis, Allegra Marquart and Tim Tate.

Michael Janis

GLASSWEEKEND ’09 @ WheatonArts
July 17, 18 &19, 2009
1501 Glasstown Road, Millville, NJ 08332

For more info/registration – CLICK HERE