The Creative Glass Center of America at Wheaton Village and the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass invite you to join us at GlassWeekend '05, an International Symposium and Exhibition of Contemporary Glass, on July 15, 16 and 17, 2005.
Since 1985, GlassWeekend, a biennial event, has brought together the
world's leading glass artists, collectors, galleries, and museum curators
for a three-day weekend of exhibitions, lectures, hands-on glassmaking,
artists, demonstrations, and social events.
GlassWeekend '05 will be held at Wheaton Village, home of the Creative Glass Center of America and the Museum of American Glass. Wheaton Village is located 45 minutes from both Philadelphia and Atlantic City, and less than three hours from New York and Washington, D.C.
The proceeds of GlassWeekend benefit the Creative Glass Center of America
Fellowship Program, providing working fellowships to twelve individual
artists from around the world each year. Additionally, as the event's
co-presenter, the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass dedicates portions of
the proceeds to help fund Museum exhibitions that further the development
and appreciation of art made from glass.
View this year's Program Schedule
Special Artist Presentation: "Seeing Sculpture in
Phoebe Adams, noted artist and lecturer, will review her work as well as other established and younger artists that use glass in their work.
Bullseye Connection Gallery, Portland, OR
Chappell Gallery, New York, NY
Elliott Brown Gallery, Seattle, WA
Glass Artists' Gallery, Sydney, Australia
The Glass Gallery, Bethesda, MD
Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, MI
Hawk Galleries, Columbus, OH
Heller Gallery, New York, NY
L.H. Selman, Santa Cruz, CA
Leo Kaplan Modern, New York, NY
Marx-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL
Maurine Littleton Gallery, Washington, DC
Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Mostly Glass Gallery, Englewood, NJ
PRISM Contemporary Glass, Chicago, IL
R. Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis, MO
Riley Galleries, Columbus, OH
Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Ontario, Canada
Snyderman-Works Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
View hotel accomodations near Wheaton Village.
Presented by the Creative Glass Center of America and the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass.
The Creative Glass Center of America is a division of Wheaton Village,
Inc., a non-profit arts organization.
For more information via mail please contact the CGCA office.
In the meantime, we encourage you to look over the information from the
Please note that the 2005 GlassWeekend
Registration Form was misprinted to include Hosten Gallery instead of The
Glass Gallery of Washington, D.C. Chappell Gallery has also moved to New
York, NY, from Boston, MA. We apologize sincerely for these