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CALENDAR YEAR

2022

  • Through June 16, 2022
    Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass, is a groundbreaking exhibit of works in glass by 33 Indigenous artists, plus leading glass artist Dale Chihuly who introduced glass art to Indian Country. On view from May 2021 to June 2022 at The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture the stunning art in the exhibit embodies the intellectual content of Native traditions expressed in glass.
    The artists have melded the aesthetics and properties inherent in glass art with their cultural ways of knowing, whether re-interpreting traditional stories and designs in the medium of glass, or expressing contemporary issues affecting Indigenous Nations. A companion book tells these stories and includes photos of most of the works on display.
    The exhibit, curated by Dr. Letitia Chambers, former CEO of the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, and artist and museum consultant Cathy Short, features the following artists: Larry Ahvakana, Marcus Amerman, Angela Babby, Brian Barber, Dale Chihuly, Priscilla Cowie, Joe David, Alano Edzerza, Joe Fedderson, Dan Friday, Raya Friday, Gunbi Ganambarr, Tammy Garcia, Lewis Tamihana Gardiner, Tony Jojola,Ramson Lomatewama, Carol Lujan, Ira Lujan, Djamba Marawili, Robert (Spooner)Marcus, Jody Naranjo, Ed Archie NoiseCat, Haila Old Peter, Carl Ponca, Marvin Oliver, Virgil Ortiz, Shaun Peterson, Lillian Pitt, Harlan Reano, Preston Singletary, Raven Skyriver, Rory Erler Wakemup, and Adrian Wall.
    A virtual curator's tour is available on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59lFpDBQAR0
    MUSEUM OF INDIAN ARTS & CULTURE
    710 Camino Lejo
    Santa Fe, NM 87505
    (505) 476-1269
    https://www.indianartsandculture.org

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  • January 19–June 27, - Asheville, North Carolina
    A Hand in Studio Craft ASHEVILLE ART MUSEUM 2 South Pack Square Asheville, NC 28801 (828) 253-3227 www.ashevilleart.org

    May - 2022

    • May 10 - New York - New York
      The ART GLASS FORUM - NEW YORK
      ZOOM PRESENTATION
      The Glass Dress at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair Charlotte Holzer Conservator, Deutsches Museum, Munich Tuesday, May 10, 2022, 6:30 PM
      In 1893, the Spanish Infanta Eulalia visited the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago and purchased an innovative gown, entirely made of silk and glass fiber, at the Libbey Glass Company’s Crystal Palace. The improbable survival and recent reemergence of that shimmery, weighty, charismatic dress will be the subject of textile conservator Charlotte Holzer’s Zoom evening lecture on May 10 for the Art Glass Forum | New York.
      The dress, trimmed in ruffles and bows, has belonged to the Deutsches Museum in Munich since 1924 and miraculously survived World War II. In 2014, Charlotte Holzer came across the curious Gilded Age object and made it the subject of her dissertation research for the Technical University Munich in collaboration with the Deutsches Museum. Her lecture will explore the history, ingredients and characteristics of handmade glass fiber textiles and recent scientific analysis and conservation methods for the dress.
      Dr. Holzer is the conservator for the Deutsches Museum’s historic aviation, maritime and space exhibition. She holds a master’s degree in textile conservation from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and a PhD from the Technical University Munich. She has focused on technical textiles, the development and testing of materials for object mounts, and deterioration phenomena in spacesuits.
      The talk will be presented via Zoom and is free of charge to all Art Glass Forum | New York members. AGF members will automatically receive the initial lecture link the day of the event; registration or sending an RSVP is not necessary. Non-members can purchase tickets to the event through Eventbrite here; the Zoom link will be included in the registration confirmation email you receive from EventBrite. NOTE: Attendees might be required to sign into their Eventbrite accounts in order to receive the link just prior to the presentation. Contact us at artglassforumny@gmail.com if you have any problem logging in and we will assist you.
      AGF is a registered not-for-profit organization, so all dues and contributions are tax-deductible. Download the membership form here and return it as soon as possible to enjoy another exciting year with the Art Glass Forum | New York.
      We look forward to "seeing" you at our next Zoom meeting of the season on Tuesday, May 10 and pursuing our shared fascination with glass.
    • May 13 - Corning, New York
      Celebrating a Giant in the Glass World Lino Live! May 13 | 9 am–12 pm | $20 Members | $40 Non-Members The Corning Museum of Glass is pleased to provide an opportunity for public audiences to watch Maestro Lino Tagliapietra at work as we celebrate his retirement from the hot shop after a 70+ year career.
      Widely known as the greatest glassblower in the world, Tagliapietra has long been a friend of the Museum and a mentor and teacher to glass artists across the globe. We look forward to having the Maestro with us, and to honoring his storied career and his passion for the material at the center of our mission.
      RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW
      TICKETS
      Lino Tagliapietra is recognized the world over as a master of traditional techniques, a teacher who has shaped the world of contemporary glass, and an artist who creates sculptures renowned for their complexity, elegance, and visual poetry. Tagliapietra has played a major role in introducing Venetian glassworking techniques in the Far East, Australia, Europe, and North and South America. He has collaborated with many artists, and he has inspired many more.

    • May 14 - Corning, New York
      The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York - PAST/PRESENT - expanding the stories of glass, Curator -led Exhibition Tours, Saturday, May 14, 2022. 11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm, 2pm. Limited availability. Opening Reception, Saturday, May 14 - 35 Centuries of Glass Galleries | 7 pm.
      Kindly RSVP by Aprl 28
      cmog.org/RSVP members-2022
      membership@cmog.org
      607.428.5600

    June - 2022

    • Moundsville, West Virginia
      Fostoria Glass Society of America 41st Glass Show and Sale Moundsville Center building 901 Eighth Street Moundsville, WV 26041 http://www.fostoriaglass.org cj_glass@comcast.net

    • June 18-19 - Tiffin, Ohio
      ShowcardTiffin Glass Collectors Club 35th Annual Artistry In American Glass Show and Sale Tiffin Middle School 103 Shepherd Dr Tiffin, OH 419-618-5036 or 419-618-1441 http://tiffinglass.org museum@tiffinglass.org

    • June 24-25 - Cambridge, Ohio
      National Cambridge Collectors Annual Convention and Show & Sale Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center 7033 Glenn Highway (US 40) Cambridge, Ohio 43725 http://www.cambridgeglass.org

    July - 2022

      July 9-10, Wellington, Kansas
      Showcard NDGA 46th Annual Convention Show and Sale Wellington High School 1700 E 16th St Wellington, KS 67152 http://www.ndga.net convention@ndga.net

    • July 16-17 - Nashville, Tennessee
      Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee 22nd Annual Show & Sale The Fairgrounds, Nashville 500 Wedgewood Ave Nashville, TN http://www.fostoria-tennessee.com/

    • July 22-23 - Monaca, Pennsylvania
      H.C. Fry Glass Society 2022 Convention Hilton Garden Inn 2000 Wagner Rd. Extension South Monaca, PA 15061

    • July 23-24 - Marietta, Georgia
      Peach State Depression Glass Club's 2022 45th Vintage and Collectible Glass Show & Sale Cobb County Civic Center 548 South Marietta Pkwy Marietta, GA 30060 770-434-3753 http://www.PSDGC.com showchair@psdgc.com

    • July 28 - 31 July - Reno, Nevada
      2022 FOHBC National Antique Bottle Convention & Expo, Grand Sierra Resort & Casino, Information: Richard Siri (rtsiri@sbcglobal.net) or Ferdinand Meyer V (fmeyer@fmgdesign.com), FOHBC National Convention – Western Region

    August - 2022

    • August 19-21 - Elwood, Indiana
      ELWOOD GLASS FESTIVAL
      The 50th Annual Glass Festival was a resounding success. PLEASE CHECK BACK OFTEN for news about the 51st festival - August 19-21, 2022. Vender applications will be available by January 30.

    • August 20-21 - Rosenberg, Texas
      ShowcardHouston Glass Club 47th Annual Vintage Glass & Antique Show & Sale Fort Bend County Fairgrounds Hwy 36 Rosenberg, TX 281-240-0382 http://houstonglassclub.org

    • August 20-21 - Grapevine, Texas
      Summer Metroplex Looking Glass Show & Sale Elegant and Depression Glass, China, Pottery & Collectibles Grapevine Convention Center 1209 S Main Street Grapevine, TX 76051 972-672-6213 http://meyershows.com/metroplexaugust.php meyerlookingglass@hotmail.com

    • August 27-28 - Grapevine, Texas
      Summer Metroplex Looking Glass Show & Sale Elegant and Depression Glass, China, Pottery & Collectibles Grapevine Convention Center 1209 S Main Street Grapevine, TX 76051 972-672-6213 http://meyershows.com/metroplexaugust.php meyerlookingglass@hotmail.com

    September - 2022

    • September 18 - Batsto Village, New Jersey
      Fall Antique, Glass & Bottle Show - Batsto Village https://batstovillage.org › Events Fall Antique, Glass & Bottle Show. When: September 18, 2022 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm. 2022-09-18T09:00:00-04:00.

    October - 2022

    • October 1-2 - Loveland, Colorado
      Front Range Glass Show and Sale The Ranch Event Complex: McKee Exhibit Hall 5280 Arena Circle Loveland, CO 319-939-3837 https://frontrangeglassshow.com/ frontrangeglassshow@gmail.com

    November - 2022

    December - 2022