NCAGG @ WGS

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Michael Janis talks about the design of the scaled maquette for the Laurel Library sculpture.

Michael Janis talks about the design of the scaled maquette for the Laurel Library sculpture. Photo by Sherry Selevan.

The National Capital Area Glass Guild (NCAGG) is a group of about 200 glass artists of all persuasions primarily from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC as well as several other states and countries. The NCAGG is a non-profit group that comes together to share ideas, learn from each other, and have fun.

The NCAGG visited at the Washington Glass School for a presentation on public art works. Tim Tate, Erwin Timmers and Michael Janis covered how possible projects are identified, how proposals were put together, and how a team is created to create the public art and installations – a real soup to nuts presentation.

NCAGG at WGS

NCAGG at WGS

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Erwin Timmers and Michael Janis outline some of the public art presentations that went awry. Photo by Sherry Selevan.

The presentation ended with a Q & A that had all engaged. For more info on the NCAGG – click HERE.

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