GlassWeekend ’17 at WheatonArts

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GlassWeekend ’17 at WheatonArts

An International Symposium and Exhibition of Contemporary Glass June 9, 10 + 11, 2017
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center will host GlassWeekend ’17, the signature biennial event devoted to contemporary glass art.
GlassWeekend ’17 promises to bring together an international array of acclaimed artists, collectors, gallery dealers, and museum curators for exhibits, demonstrations and lectures. Since the first GlassWeekend in 1985, significant dealers of contemporary art glass have been continuously involved.

Visiting Galleries include, Bender Gallery,  Asheville, NC; Habatat Galleries,  Royal Oak, MI; Hedone Gallery,  Leonia, NJ; Heller Gallery New York, NY; Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery,  Pittsburgh, PA; Maurine Littleton GalleryWashington DC.

WheatonArts will present “Glass Global: Artists from Around The World”- a special exhibition of international contemporary glass, featuring work of artists from Great Britain, Canada, France, Italy, Sweden, Austria, Japan, Australia, Czech Republic, China, Hungary, Netherlands, and Germany.
Adding to the excitement will be the featured artists: Shelley Muzylowski Allen, Rik Allen, Matthew Szösz, and Lucio Bubacco. A keynote address will be given by Susie Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass. Other highlights include Lewis Wexler and William Warmus moderating “The Secondary Market and Glass Road Show” and performances, installations, and works by Flock the Optic and The Burnt Asphalt Family which will take place throughout the Weekend.

Click HERE for event schedule.

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WheatonArts GlassWeekend ’17
1000 Village Dr, Millville, NJ 08332

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