CGS Open Exhibition at the International Festival of Glass
25th August – 9th September 2017
Expression of interest - Help us celebrate 20 years of CGS.
Celebrations will be the CGS Exhibition at the International Festival of Glass in 2017 as part of our 20th Anniversary. We are asking you to make a piece of glass that celebrates any event of special importance, however big or small.
Calling sculptors to submit work for the forthcoming season at the Elemental Sculpture Park in the Cotswolds. The exhibition goes on from the 1st April until the end of September. You can view our website on www.elementalsculpturepark.com and if you have any questions please get in touch via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The British Glass Biennale takes place again in August 2017. The call to artists is now open, information and forms are on www.biennale.org.uk. Deadline for submission is 20th February. The exhibition runs from 25th August to 9th September (closed on Sundays). Dream up a great piece and enter!
Application form will be available in early 2017
We have some exciting news!
For the first time the British Glass Biennale will be accepting applications from British makers living, working or studying abroad providing:
1. They have a British passport
2. They have previously lived in the UK for at least 15 years
Applications can be made for both the main and student sections.
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.
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.