Saturday | September 15 | 6-8PM Free for SGS Members $5 for Gen. Public 633 W. 18th Street Click here to see photos of this event and the new Hot Shop ABOUT We’re excited to show off our new Hot Shop renovation, made possible by a generous gift from the Tucson Foundations. Thank you! Get […]
FOURTH OF JULY PARTY WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH, 2018 SONORAN GLASS SCHOOL 6PM-10PM $5 (kids 12 and under free) Celebrate the United States of America’s 242nd birthday with BBQ, glass art demonstrations, make-your-own glass projects, “A” Mountain fireworks, and an educational talk on U.S. Glass. Entry is $5 with kids 12 and under admitted free. […]
A TOAST TO TOM PHILABAUM SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH, 2018 SONORAN GLASS SCHOOL STUDIO DEMONSTRATIONS: 10AM-4PM SCULPTURE GARDEN RECEPTION: 5-6PM TOASTS TO TOM FROM GUEST SPEAKERS: 6-7PM SOLD OUT: BUY TICKETS FOR DEMONSTRATIONS AND RECEPTION: $25 BUY DEMONSTRATIONS-ONLY TICKET: $10 ABOUT THE EVENT This event recognizes Tom Philabaum’s contributions to glass artists and glass art education. Join […]
February 16, 2018 Friday, 6-9PM Ages 21+ ONLY, BYOB Suggested donation $5 members, $10 nonmembers (includes raffle ticket/studio use) 633 W 18th Street Get together and enjoy impromptu glassblowing, torchworking, cold beer (BYOB) and live jazz music. We invite you to come celebrate a love of glass art and creativity with us. General public welcome. 6:00-7:30PM–OPEN GLASSBLOWING […]
And the winners are… Previous event information Friday, February 2, 2018 633 W. 18th Street 7-11PM ABOUT The Flame Off is Tucson’s annual torchworking competition! Watch 18 glass artists race against the clock to make the best molten glass masterpiece. The evening features streaming HD closeups, Thunder Canyon Brewery beer, wine, live […]
January 31, 2017 | Wednesday | 6:30PM $5 Open to the public 633 W. 18th Street
633 W. 18th Street January 31 – February 3, 2018 Free & Open to the Public Lampworked Beads, Jewelry, and More! Glass Art Tools & Supplies! Wholesale & Retail
<Flame Off Event Page Submitted Bio “My name is Brian Jacobson and I’ve been working with glass in the valley for about 8 years now. I mainly use borosilicate glass and am constantly amazed by the endless capacity this medium has. Lately I’ve been exploring themes that pertain to native cultures and spiritual development. My […]
So You Learned to Melt Glass – Now What? 10 Ways to Grow as a Flameworker November 17th, 2017 Friday | 6-7:30 PM Free for SGS Members $10 donation for general public
Meet Janis Miltenberger October 18th, 2017 Wednesday | 6PM Free for SGS Members $5 donation for general public
Saturday, September 9, 2017 6-8PM Free for SGS Members $5 suggested donation for gen. public A glassblowing lec-mo that feeds your inner pyromaniac.
Clockwise from top left: Elen Zank, Martin Levy, Sharon Scheier, Janet Seltzer, Brian Scofield, Arlene Zuckerman, Malu Nicolette, Larry Temkin, Caren Newman, Malcolm Neifeld, Christine O’Donnell, Mark English Friday, September 8, 2017 6-8PM free admission | refreshments provided Exhibit runs through September 22nd, 2017
Saturday, August 5 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at Sonoran Glass School 633 W 18th Street | Tucson, AZ 85701 A day of art activities and fun from three Tucson organizations.
About the event Celebrate the United States of America’s 240th birthday with BBQ, glass art demonstrations, make-your-own glass projects, “A” Mountain fireworks, and an educational talk on U.S. Glass. Entry is $5 with kids 12 and under admitted free. Watch exciting glassblowing demos Create glass art projects in our studios Enjoy food from Brushfire BBQ Grab […]
My Travels and How I Found the Fumed Rainbow April 27, 2017 | 6-7:30 PM Free for SGS Members $10 donation for general public
March 9, 2017 | 6:oo-7:00 PM Free for SGS Members $10 donation for general public
February 24, 2017 | 6:oo-7:30 PM $10 donation for general public Free for SGS Members Join us in welcoming Visiting Artist Stephanie Sersich for a lecture on her work and a discussion of her art in this presentation by the artist. Light refreshments & snacks will be provided. ABOUT STEPHANIE SERSICH Stephanie’s jewelry combines her lampwork beads, […]
March 2, 2017 | 6:oo-7:30 PM $10 donation for general public Free for SGS Members Join us in welcoming Visiting Artist Joshua Wojick for a lecture on his work and a discussion of his art in this presentation by the artist. A glassblowing demonstration with the SGS Hot Shop Team will also be featured during the evening. […]
Friday, February 10th, 2017 | 6:oo-7:00 PM $10 donation for general public Free for SGS Members Join us in welcoming Visiting Artist Wesley Fleming for a lecture on his work, a discussion of his art, and a powerpoint presentation from the artist. Light refreshments will be provided. ABOUT WESLEY FLEMING PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Corning Museum of […]
Info for the 2018 Flame Off here. Flame Off 2017 Results First Place: Raven Copeland Second Place: James Lynch Third Place: Matt Bain Fourth Place: Floor Kaspers View all finished pieces on Sonoran Glass School’s Facebook page.
<full event information www.sonoranglass.org/flameoff SPONSORS Please support the generous sponsors of the 16th annual Flame Off competition! SILVER SPONSORS COPPER SPONSORS SPONSORS
Saturday, January 7th, 2017 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Free courtesy of AACG Join us for a lecture and new display reception for John Kobuki. John will be discussing his thoughts on the difference between technique and design while showing a slideshow of his own work. Light refreshments will be provided. This lecture and reception […]
November 4th, 2016 5:30-7PM Free for SGS Members $10 donation for general public Join us for a talk from Stephen Boehme on the Franchini style/technique of murrini making as he explains his process with visual aids on an HD screen. Boehme is joining us here at Sonoran Glass School from Riverton, Utah to teach a Visting […]
The Hot Shop is back after a summer break. Now, we want you to get back in the studio! Saturday, September 10th Studio time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Glassblowing Lecture & Demo: 5:00 PM SGS History Video: 6:00 PM This is a Saturday event featuring specially discounted studio rates during the day and a lec-mo in the […]