We hope that you will find this section full of useful information, contacts and things that are going on, whether you are an artist, collector, gallery, magazine editor, a student or simply just love glass and are interested in learning more about what is available.
The Glass Art Association of Canada is a volunteer, member-run organisation.
The Glass Art Gallery (UK) offers a light spacious area for the display of contemporary glass.
The Gallery provides a context for the work, seeking to broaden public awareness of glass as a medium for artistic expression by hosting regular solo and group exhibitions of British and international studio glass.
The Glass Association was founded in England in 1983 at the Stourbridge College of Art, and it is a registered charity (no. 326602). The association was established in order to promote the understanding and appreciation of glass and glass-making method: and to generally increase public interest in the whole subject of glass.
'Our aim is to make materials for glass fusing with enamels more readily available. On our website we sell five quantity options, ranging from 20g to 640g in a variety of different colours along with a selection of tools and equipment.
Have a look at our website www.glassenamels.co.uk to find out more information about our range of products.'
Dawn Crystal, 3 High Street, Amblecote, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 4BX, tel: 01384 397524. (Glass repair service.)
Martyn Pearson, The Stables Craft Centre, Halfpenny Green Vineyard, Bobbington DY7 5EP, tel: 01384 221399.
Glasmuseet Ebeltoft houses a large collection of contemporary glass from all over the world. Additionally, the museum stages 6-9 solo/group exhibitions each year, presenting the latest tendencies in glass.