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Glass Break: The Early Days

The Early Days

How did glass become so popular in the Pacific Northwest? The chat today is about how first-generation studio glass artists like Dale Chihuly set in motion the growth of glass art. Featuring internationally recognized glass artist, former Chihuly gaffer, and 1978 Pilchuck student, Richard Royal.

What is Glass Break?

Glass Break is the new mid-day series of conversations with artists and thinkers, giving their insights into the works of art on view at Museum of Glass. These 30-minute talks are held in the MOG theater. Bring your own food, or grab a bite from Choripan, the museum café. Admission is $5, soft drinks, water, and cookies provided.

Earlier Event: March 24
Slider Cook-Off
Later Event: March 31
Kids Design Glass