The organizers of the Kreft Juried Exhibition are soliciting applications from glass artists.
For more information, please contact:
Beth J. Steinkellner
Professor of Art
Drawing, Painting & Printmaking
Concordia University Ann Arbor
Full information can be found on the linked PDF. KREFT_JURIED_2014
We’ve got new Baron Glassworks Studio Sessions available starting this spring!
For the curious novice who’s been looking for a great one-day introduction to glass, we offer the following one-day classes through Ann Arbor RecEd.
Our mission is to create a diverse environment where people from all walks of life can satisfy their curiosity and creativity using glass as the primary medium. Among the people who are served at this studio:
- The curious novice
- Established artists exploring new media
- Aspiring artists and artisans in need of incubation
- Art Collectors seeking a deeper understanding of the workings of glass
- The Renaissance man or woman who recognizes a good opportunity when he or she sees one!
If you’re in the southeastern Michigan area and love glass, you should check out the upcoming exhibit at Habatat Galleries in Royal Oak!
It runs Thursday, April 24th, to Saturday, April 2th.
More information can be found here.
Are you interested in blowing glass, but concerned about investing in regular 8-week studio classes? Come and get a taste of what it’s like by enrolling in one or more of our Ann Arbor Rec & Ed classes!
Starting in April, we have several different options to choose from! The links below will take you directly to the registration info for that specific class. You can read more about the class at the link itself.
Please note you must contact Ann Arbor Rec&Ed to register for these classes! More info can be found on their site.
Chelsea Community Hospital recently completed a multimillion dollar expansion started in 2011. As part of the new expansion, the new space is filled with carefully selected artwork. Members of the hospital’s art council, which is composed of a group of community members, used an outdoor, nature theme when selecting pieces used to decorate the facility.
‘Succulent’ being finished at the studio.
As part of that theme, Annette Baron was commissioned to create a piece, shown here at the studio and titled Succulent, which is now on permanent display in the Atrium, the new main entrance to the hospital. You can visit it and all the other artwork in person at Chelsea Community Hospital, at 775 S. Main Street, Chelsea MI 48118.