Planning Santa Fe Trip for April
Arizona Glass Alliance is going to Santa Fe April 10-13 and it should be a great trip! Click on the link to view more details. Note that at the bottom of the page there is a link to download the full document, with information about reservations and payment. Read More »
Joseph Ivacic Presentation
Monday, February 18, 2019
Joseph is a young artist who is one of the “cutting edge” artists working in glass today. Joseph’s work challenges the viewer to see things differently, both from a subject and content point of view, as well as the fact that, while his work is made from glass, it certainly doesn’t look like traditional glass… Read More »
Jennifer Halvorson Presentation
Sunday, March 3, 2019
Note that Jennifer’s presentation is on a Sunday, not Monday on the 3rd. She is a noted sculptor and educator who brings an impressive background to here work, having been educated at three highly regarded glass programs… Read More »
Jaime Guerrero Presentation
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Please note that this presentation is on a Wednesday evening, on the 13th. Jaime, who now hails from the Bay area, is recognized for his ability to sculpt life-size objects in glass and often deals with issues of race, identity and politics. Jaime’s early work was whimsical and focused on Latin pop culture, drawing on the Mexican wrestling culture…. Read More »
Pilchuck Glass School Scholarship
Arizona Glass Alliance will be providing a $2,500 scholarship to the Pilchuck Glass School for the summer or fall program of 2019. The scholarship results from the recommendation of our Board of Directors, and has been worked out by our Grants Committee with Pilchuck management. This scholarship is another step in our continuing program to help support the appreciation and creation of art made from glass here in Arizona. The successful applicant will be chosen by Pilchuck but in order to qualify the artist must be an Arizona resident and a member of Arizona Glass Alliance. Applications should be made directly to Pilchuck by February 1, 2019.
Christina Bothwell Studio Fire
On August 8, 2018, the studio of artists Christina Bothwell and her husband Robert Bender burned to the ground. Happily no one was hurt in the fire, but most of their artworks as well as studio equipment has been destroyed.