Celebrating Native American & Indigenous Glass Artists
Are you a Native or an Indigenous artist who uses glass to connect with your heritage and express your culture?
If so, Seattle Glassblowing Studio would love for you to submit your work to be featured during this year's Refract Glass Festival! Our exhibits will showcase Native glass artwork that recognizes the innovation and expression of Native and Indigenous artists.
The exhibit will run during the Refract Festival, a celebration of glass art in Seattle, from Oct. 13 through Nov. 15, 2022. All artists of Native and Indigenous heritage encouraged to apply. Emerging artists and student welcome as well as established artists. Artwork(s) must include the use of glass in some form.
Submissions deadline: August 31st, 2022.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for submissions and any questions you may have!
Curators: William "Bill" Passmore and Ann Potter Host venue: Seattle Glassblowing Studio
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