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The Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to further the development and appreciation of art made from glass.

The Alliance informs collectors, critics and curators by encouraging and supporting museum exhibitions, university glass departments and specialized teaching programs, regional collector groups, visits to private collections, and public seminars.

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“Talking Out Your Glass” Podcast

Talking Out Your Glass is a podcast featuring five seasons of interviews with artists working in glass, such as Lino Tagliapietra, Narcissus Quagliata, Dante Marioni, Robert M read more

| Posted 20 Jan 17


In Memoriam: Laura de Santalliana

Venetian artist Laura de Santillana passed away on October 21, 2019, at age 64 after a brief illness. Up to her last day she worked on her creations. During her illness s read more

| Posted 19 Nov 25



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2020 Norfolk Board Meeting: Registration & Information

2020 Norfolk Board Meeting: Registration & Information

The AACG 2020 interim board meeting/trip will be held in Norfolk, Virginia, April 16-19. Although the absolute deadline to register is March 16,  Bonnie Roth, our wonderful trip planner, would appreciate having a fi

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View AACG Education in Glass Art Series Videos

Video recordings of all AACG's online Education in Glass Art series have been posted on our YouTube page. Click here to access the entire series to date. The next teleconference in the series will be held on February 22, featuring artist Carrie Fertig,  whose traveling interactive exhibition, Forgiveness, uses art as a vehicle for personal growth.Our November episode featured artist Michael Janis talking about his process of making art. Others in the series available for viewing include Glass in Fine Art Venues with William Warmus and Tim Tate, Sarah Nelson about Contemporary Glass art in New Mexico, The Glass Market with William Warmus and Lewis Wexler, Attracting a Younger Audience with Susie Silbert, Kate Vogel and John Littleton discussing Harvey Littleton and glass art in North Carolina, an interview with Jan Smith of the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass, and Marketing Glass Art with Dr. Phillip Kotler. WHEN YOU VISIT THE AACG YouTube SITE, be sure to SUBSCRIBE!

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| Posted 19 Nov 25