Stop The (Digital) Presses! Washington Glass School Blog Named 2nd Best Arts Blog in DC! We’re Number 2!

No Fake News! All Glass- All the Time!

No Fake News! All Glass- All the Time!

Washington City Paper’s “Best of D.C.” Awards the Washington Glass School Blog as the Second Best Arts Blog in the DC area!

The new Washington DC City Paper publisher - Katy McKegney – said that their “Best Of D.C.” would mean just that—”a celebration of this city and all it has to offer, and of the work [the] residents, businesses, and institutions do to make D.C. the best it can be”.  

And with that – in the Best of Arts & Entertainment category – Washington Glass School Blog was voted as Second Best Arts Blog! Woo-Hoo!

Since 2008 we have been pumping out stories on the DC and national art scene since Sean Hennessey started the blog. A big thank you to all the writers who have worked on the blog over the years!

Our collective hearts are full. 

WGS Blog is Tops!

Top "Glass Art Blog". In the world.
Best Glass Blog. On. The. Planet.

Washington Glass School Blog received a compliment – The founder of Feedspot (a RSS Reader aka a news aggregator or a web application which aggregates web content such as online newspapers, blogs, podcasts, and video blogs (vlogs) in one location for easy viewing) contacted the blog to advise that WGS Blog is rated as being in the top 20 Glass Blogs online. Feedspot awarded the top 75 blogs with a virtual ribbon  – we are honored with the title of Top 75 Glass Art Blog.

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Below is part of the award email text:

“My name is Anuj Agarwal. I’m Founder of Feedspot.  I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Washington Glass Studio has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 75 Glass Art Blogs on the web….I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 75 Glass Art Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!”

Our hearts are full.

We are thrilled and honored to have this title bestowed on the Blog.

 

Daily Art Muse on Washington Glass School

>Susan Lomuto of the Daily Art Muse Blog writes about her first take on the Washington Glass School. To get an insider’s knowledge of how a glass studio and school runs, Susan will be interning at the Glass School, and she will be writing of her experiences in her blog.

Erwin Timmers checking on work in the kiln. Photo by Susan Lomuto.


From Susan’s blog:

There are many stories at Washington Glass Studio – stories of deep roots and new growth; of illness and family; of building the kind of community you want to live in; of healing and living large with love, hard work, humor, friendship and kindness. I am eager to return and share this vibrant community of artists with you – I promise you will be inspired.

Click HERE to jump to Daily Art Muse blog.