Information

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.

Museum of Glass: International Center for Contemporary Art

The Museum of Glass is dedicated to the presentation and interpretation of contemporary art with a sustained concentration on the medium of glass.

Myglassroom

Myglassroom is a studio committed to achieving excellence in contemporary architectural glass, stained glass, conservation & restoration. Established 1990 by Surinder Warboys.

National Glass Centre

The Glass Studio, Liberty Way, Sunderland. Tyne & Wear. SR6 0GL.
Tel: +44(0)191 515 5555.
Hot glass studio, cold workshop - sandblaster, linisher, lathe, mould making area, kiln hire.
Email: info@nationalglasscentre.com
Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com

National Liberty Museum (USA)

The only Museum in the world featuring contemporary glass art to
represent the fragile qualities of freedom.

NeonWorkshops

Tel: +44 (0) 1924 2000 6970b George Street Wakefield West Yorkshire WF1 1DL

New Zealand's Wanganui Glass School
Nora Gaston Article

An article written by Nora Gaston about her work. Written Febuary 2013. Download.

North Lands Creative Glass

Quatre Bras, Lybster. Caithness. KW3 6BN.
Tel: +44(0)1593 721 229
Hot shop, kiln room, cold shop, finishing room.
Email: info@northlandsglass.com
Website: www.northlandsglass.com

Nottingham Trent University

BA Hons decorative Arts

Paperweight Collectors Circle (UK)

The Circle was founded in Cambridge, UK in 1981 with a handful of like minded enthusiasts. Originally named "The Cambridge Paperweight Circle", a new name was agreed in 2003, to be fully effective from Jan 2004. The renaming reflected a continued growth to world-wide membership and a change in focus arising from the addition of Regional Meetings within the UK.

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