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Come For The Day!
Saturday, June 13 +  Sunday, June 14, 2015
Rotating Hot Glass

Demonstrations Feature Guest Artists: 2015 Guest Artists To Be Announced

(2013 Featured: Beth Lipman, Davide Salvadore + Hiroshi Yamano.)


Hot Glass Demonstrations: 

Saturday, 10am to 5pm + Sunday, 11am to 4pm with breaks to be determined 

WheatonArts Admission:
(Includes Glass Studio Demonstrations)
$10.00 Adults
$9.00 Senior Adults (62+)
$7.00 Students (with a valid ID)
Children 5 and under are free

GlassWeekend Gallery Exhibition + Sale, Open To The Public**
Saturday, June 13, 10am to 5pm + Sunday, June 14, 11am to 4pm
(**Additional $6.00 per person)


GlassWeekend 2015

June 12*, 13 + 14, 2015

  • World Class Gallery Exhibitions
  • Artist Demonstrations
  • Special Exhibitions
  • Lecture Series and Panel Discussions
  • Social Events
  • Hands-On Glass Making Opportunities

*For Weekend Registrants Only
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The Creative Glass Center of America at WheatonArts and the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass invite you to join us at GlassWeekend ’15, an International Symposium and Exhibition of Contemporary Glass. Since 1985, GlassWeekend, a biennial event, has brought together artists, collectors, galleries, and museum curators for a three-day weekend of exhibitions, lectures, hands-on glassmaking, demonstrations and social events.


GlassWeekend ’15 will be held at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, home of the Creative Glass Center of America and the Museum of American Glass. WheatonArts is located 45 minutes from both Philadelphia and Atlantic City and less than three hours from New York City and Washington, D.C.


The proceeds of GlassWeekend benefit the Creative Glass Center of America Fellowship Program, providing working fellowships to ten individual artists from around the world each year.  Additionally, as the event’s co-presenter, the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass dedicates portions of the proceeds to help fund Museum exhibitions that further the development and appreciation of art made from glass.


The CGCA has awarded 340 fellowships to emerging and mid-career artists, from the U.S. and 26 other countries. Artists are encouraged to use this opportunity to develop and refine their work, while experimenting with glassmaking processes. The collaboration and exchange of ideas among the Fellows enhances a productive climate, supporting the discovery of new vision and resources.