GLASS:The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly / Winter 2016-17 edition
The Winter 2016-17 edition of GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly (#145) is on its way to newsstands and subscriber mailboxes. The four feature articles offer diverse takes on the field of glass art in transition.
Included in this issue:
Tag along as 79-year-old Bertil Vallien undertakes a monumental legacy casting, an event bundled into an art-tourism package.
An investigation on the outsized impact the 1967 World's Fair in Montreal, Canada, had on North American glass art.
A profile of Pilchuck artistic director Tina Aufiero revealing the power of embracing transformational changes new technologies bring to the arts.
An examination of the Australian glass scene, as shifts in government funding for glass education challenge the late Klaus Moje's legacy.
All this plus six reviews, all the latest news, and a back-page essay on what it takes to become an artist