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04/02/2016

CGS Announce artists taking part in CONNECTIONS

CONNECTIONS a CGS Exhibition, in partnership with The Scottish Gallery Edinburgh

4th- 28th May 2016

04/02/2016

CGS reaches membership milestone
It's official. CGS is a growing force. This month we enrolled our 900th member, Karen Grimstead. Fittingly for our growing international profile, Karen divides her time equally between the UK and Australia. She joined the CGS because it "offers a supportive, encouraging environment for glass artists nationally and internationally." Welcome Karen & Kim!

27/01/2016

4th June - 17th July 2016
CGS@ Etienne Gallery

The Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) has been invited to show members work at the Etienne Gallery in Oisterwijk Netherlands

25/01/2016

The next CGS SE Hub meeting is at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, north east London.
Saturday 12th March. 2-4pm
All members welcome

William Morris Gallery,
Lloyd Park.
Forest Row
London E17 4PP
0208 496 4390
http://www.wmgallery.org.uk/

It's a 15 minute walk or bus ride from Walthamstow Central underground station on the Victoria Line.
Detailed instructions are on the website. http://www.wmgallery.org.uk/

The Gallery is open from 9 to 5 and has a very pleasant café. It is free to look around the gallery.

Cost £5.00

Agenda will follow shortly

Please book with Debbie Timperley

deborah.timperley@btinternet.com

06/10/2015

CGS at London Glassblowing Gallery

BLACK TO WHITE and BACK AGAIN
16th September – 8th October 2016 CLOSING DATE: 25th April 2016

London Glassblowing, known for its extensive use of colour, is excited to be hosting the 2016 CGS exhibition - Black to White and Back Again. The challenge is to strip away all colour and we hope that this theme will inspire extraordinary solutions to the brief.

We invite member of CGS to propose functional, sculptural, or decorative objects in black, white, clear and/or any shades of grey between. No cheeky bits of colour!

Pam Reekie

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