West Midlands

FESTIVAL CURATOR , INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF GLASS 2015

FESTIVAL CURATOR
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF GLASS 2015
The International Festival of Glass is a biennial festival that takes place in Stourbridge, West Midlands and is a premier glass event attracting worldwide participants with the aim of supporting regeneration and community renewal based upon a distinctive programme of creativity and heritage.

BRITISH GLASS BIENNALE 2015 - GUEST CURATOR

BRITISH GLASS BIENNALE 2015 - GUEST CURATOR

The British Glass Biennale is the largest selling exhibition of glass in the UK and has developed an international reputation for excellence in displaying contemporary glass by British based makers. It is the highlight of the International Festival of Glass, a vibrant celebration of the drama and excitement of glassmaking with an atmosphere of inspiration, social inclusion and lively cultural exchange.

Bruntnell-Astley Glass Exhibition

Bruntnell-Astley online gallery exhibition. Its will be taking place at;

Wordlsley Methodist Church
Stream Road
DY9 6NP
https://goo.gl/maps/ZS3rf (around 50 meters from Broadfiled Museum)

Updates and further information on the artists will be posted on the Bruntnell Astley Blogg

Bruntnell Astley Pop Up Gallery

The line up's starting to form, so far artists presenting works will be:

Prof Keith Cummings
Dr Max Stewart
Elliot Walker
Sara Fell
Allister Malcolm
Georgia Redpath
Julie Anne Denton
James Leithbridge RCA
Paul Floyd
Laura Birdsall RCA
George Jackson
Noreen Todd
Wendy Newhofer
Tracy Nicholls

Collectomania: West Meets East

Broadfield House Glass Museum, Dudley

Our Collectomania exhibitions give visitors the chance to find out more about unusual collections and the interesting people who collect them. The latest Collectomania features Clive Manison, a glass enthusiast and historian who is particularly interested in how the Western world was influenced by Eastern cultures in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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.

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