“Out of the Stable”

We are pleased to announce “Out of the Stable”, an exhibition of equestrian artworks in the Royal borough of Greenwich, 5 minutes trot from the equestrian events in Royal Greenwich Park.


The exhibition is displayed in a Victorian house in Blackheath, Greenwich. These period houses are an ideal setting for the classical subject of equestrian artworks.

Over the years Xavier White has held a number of exhibitions in his front room gallery space and ad hoc sculpture garden.

kcc show and glass workshop

kcc show and glass workshop

We will also have free testers and the summer school workshop.

The collegewebsite includes more details http://www.kcc.ac.uk/summer/ under Summer School: Stained Glass ( 11JAG015 )

Tour of Glass Games ceremonial Baton

Tour of Glass Games ceremonial Baton

1 June to 30 September – see individual venue for details

Just as the relay of the Olympic torch will link the whole of the UK to the London Games, a stunning glass baton will link events for Glass Games 2012. As well as glass events all over the UK, seven major venues will host a stunning glass baton, created especially for the Games by artist Bruce Marks.

Burning Fat

Dates 21 June – 9 September 2012

Type of event: Exhibition/Intervention


Richard Wheater’s work, Burning Fat, transforms a salvaged bicycle into a light-emitting exercise machine. Participants’ energy is converted into light through mounted neon bulbs.

Opening times: 10am – 5pm daily

Any charges: Free

Venue: The National Glass Centre at the University of Sunderland, Liberty Way, Sunderland, SR6 0GL

Tel: +44 (0)191 515 5555

Email: info@nationalglasscentre.com


Release your Olympic spirit during the Glass Games at London Glassblowing. We have stretched the skills and imagination of our makers to produce a compendium of games, employing glass elements, based on traditional and retro board games. Trigger childhood memories and flaunt your competitive streak as you play.
Opening times: 10am – 6pm Mon - Sat
Any charges: Free Entry
Venue: 62-66 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD UK
Tel: 020 7403 2800
Email: info@londonglassblowing.co.uk

Statements and Questions – European Sculpture online CGS exhibition

Online exhibition of sculpture by European artists curated by international sculptor Pilar Aldana-Mendez. Organized by the Contemporary Glass Society

Opening times: 24 hours
Any charges: free
Venue: Online at www.cgs.org.uk
Tel: 01379 741120
Email: info@cgs.org.uk

‘Intae Space’

Scottish artist Siobhan Healy has produced a sculptural artwork that references the exciting development of the UK’s first cubesat spaceship mission, due to be launched in 2012. The ‘Intae Space’ exhibition and artist’s talk will be part of Glasgow Science Festival launch event, ‘Transit of Venus’ which will involve a variety of events; films, live-skype interactions and music.
Opening times: 9pm-7am (All night event)
Any charges: Free
Venue: Glasgow Sculpture Studios, The Whiskey Bond, Dawson Road, Glasgow, G4 PSS
Tel: 07906543215

Cultural Exchange – the Scottish Glass Society annual exhibition

Cultural Exchange will explore how we interact and respond to each other, our environment, and how we express this in order to communicate, gain knowledge and share emotions. A collaboration between the Scottish Glass Society and North Lands Creative Glass.
Opening times: Contact North Lands
Times 10am until 5pm

Any charges: Contact North Lands
Venue: North Lands Creative Glass, Quatre Bras, Lybster, Caithness, Scotland KW3 6BN
Tel: 01593 721 229
Email: chair@scottishglasssociety.com

The Thread across the Sea – two women show at the Scottish Fisheries Museum

An exhibition has been inspired by personal relationships with Japanese culture. Both Keiko Mukaide and Jeanette Shendler have strong connections to Japan and were heart-broken by the news of the Tsunami disaster. A series of site-specific installations are planned in the boatyard and museum garden. Workshops for local children and adults will be held during the exhibition.

Workshop for family and children, Fri. 6th July 13-15pm

Sail off into a glass bottle, make a origami boat

Games: a glass panel exhibition

An exhibition to celebrate the 2012 Olympics - promoted and hosted by the National Waterfront Museum, Swansea School of Glass and the British Society of Master Glass Painters.
Opening times: 10am-5pm daily
Any charges: Free
Venue: National Waterfront Museum, Oystermouth Road, Maritime Quarter Swansea, SA1 3RD
Tel: 01792 638950


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