• Esteban Salazar

  • Burnt Asphalt

  • Joseph Cavalieri

  • Amy Lemaire

Through studios, classes, exhibitions, and publishing, UrbanGlass is committed to furthering the use of glass as a creative medium.

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Take a class with us!

Classes at UrbanGlass offer students of all ages the opportunity to explore the endless possibilities of glass. Educational programming includes everything from classes for teens to master classes for professional artists. Weekly classes, week-long intensives, and two-day workshops make learning at UrbanGlass available to students of all levels and interests.

Stained Glass Studies

Weekly Class
Weekly Class | 6 Sessions: January 29 — March 5
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00 pm

Designed for all experience levels, beginners learn fundamental design, glass cutting, and assembly methods to create their own stained glass pieces, while experienced students can explore advanced techniques like, glass painting, sandblasting, and plating to develop more intricate works.

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Experience Glass Day (2 hour private lessons)

December 20th, 10:00 – 6:00 pm

Designed as an introductory experience to the material, up to two participants can sign up for a two hour private lesson with one of our expert instructors who will walk you through the basics of glass sculpting and blowing and whet your appetite for future glass adventures!

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Currently On View in the Agnes Varis Art Center

Manuel Gorkiewicz: five glasses and a carafe

Manuel Gorkiewicz

UrbanGlass|ware is pleased to present a new edition by Austrian artist Manuel Gorkiewicz. Curated by Rome-based curatorial agency GoldenRuler, and hand blown by maestro Davide Fuin in Murano, the glasses and carafe are loosely based on a famous series by Adolf Loos for Lobmeyr. 

On view through Friday, November 21, 2014

Art Center Hours
  • Monday Closed

  • Tuesday Closed

  • Wednesday 12-6

  • Thursday 12-6

  • Friday 12-8

  • Saturday 12-8

  • Sunday 12-6

From the Glass Quarterly Hot Sheet