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Upcoming Studio Events

Tues May 17th

Elliot Walker & Nao Yamamoto

Space is limited and is first come, first serve.

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Fri May 20th

Grant Garmezy & Rob Stern

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Exhibit Opportunity

Call for Artists

Celebrating Native American & Indigenous Glass Artists

Are you a Native American or an Indigenous artist who uses glass in any way to connect with your heritage and explore or express your culture? if so, Seattle Glassblowing Studio would graciously request that you submit your work to be featured in a show during this year's Refract Glass Festival. Seattle Glassblowing Studio wishes to showcase Native American glass artwork and recognize the innovation and expression of Native American and Indigenous artists. The exhibit opening will be during the Refract Festival, a celebration of glass art in Seattle and the exhibit will be on view 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.

Submit an application through Google Forms at the following link:
Submissions due by June 17th, 2022 5pm PST.

Curators: William "Bill" Passmore and Ann Potter
Host venue: Seattle Glassblowing Studio

Questions can be directed to Sarah at Seattle Glassblowing Studio

SINCE 1991

Seattle Glassblowing Studio: Celebrating over 30 years in Belltown

Cliff Goodman opened Seattle Glassblowing Studio at our current & original location in 1991. This year marks our 30th anniversary of celebrating glass art in the Belltown neighborhood!