Glass artists selling their own lamp-worked beads, bead supplies and findings. Plus specially made ‘Games’ themed items; Olympic ring beads, miniature curling stone; marbles and much more.
Also Monday 27 August – Celebrate Glass – various glass disciplines being exhibited and sold by the makers.
Part of the International Festival of Glass www.ifg.org.uk
Opening times:10.00am - 16.30pm
Any charges:Free admission
Venue: The Bonded Warehouse, Canal Street, Stourbridge DY8 4LU
Tel: 01250 876110, 07710 876110
A fun filled day for the family. Traditional entertainment like donkey rides, sand pit play area, crafts and glass marble related sporting events, exhibitors from a range of sport and recreation, and special hot glass blowing demonstrations in our hot glass studio. Children can compete in the Glass pentathlon and win a medal. Hope to see you here on the day!
Opening times: 10am-4pm
Any charges: Free. Although there may be charges for some activities.
Venue: Broadfield House Glass Museum, Compton Drive, Kingswinford, West Midlands, DY6 9NS.
Tel: 01384 812745
Exploring the relationship between glass and architectural forms whether in terms of building materials or the artist wedded to architecture. The symposium brings together artists and designers with distinguished international profiles: John Lewis; Danny Lane; Brent Richards; Tomasz Urbanowicz and Keith Cummings. Part of the International Festival of Glass www.ifg.org.uk
Opening times: 10am – 5.00pm
Any charges: £130. Student £65
Venue: School of Art and Design, University of Wolverhampton, WV1 1DT