Open House 2017


For just one day each summer, Pilchuck Glass School opens its private Stanwood campus to the public for an exclusive experience. Join us for this exciting day of glass and community on the Pilchuck Stanwood Campus.




Save the Date: Millefiori 1,000 Flowers

Creativity Coming Together

Pilchuck’s 39th Annual Auction & Gala
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Fremont Studios, Seattle, WA

Auction Tour
October 19–21, 2017




2017 Fall Program

Enrollment is now open for our 2017 Fall Program! 

Join us September 11-16th.



Glassblowing, Mold Blowing, 3-D Printing, Hot Casting, Computer Modeling, Design

Session 4 - Materiality
July 6-23

Tim Belliveau

Students will discover what happens in an environment that encourages experimentation and values accidents and glitches as sources of inspiration. Combine mold blowing, sandcasting, and 3-D printing while discovering how glass and 3-D print technologies can work together. This course will build skills that students can take with them by sharing methods that are inexpensive or free and available through online communities. 3-D print and software are filled with the potential to open up new possibilities in glass art. INTERMEDIATE



Current Exhibition

Pop cultured

Danny White & Megan Stelljes

May 4 - June 29, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 4, 5 - 8 PM
Pilchuck Seattle
240 2nd Ave S, Unit 100
Seattle, WA 98119
Regular Gallery Hours - M-F, 10 - 4

Using humor and satire as a platform, Danny White draws from everyday life experiences and popular culture to influence his work. Megan Stelljes’ style and work are guided by her deep love of color, and an interest in reinterpreting commonplace objects to find deeper, hidden meaning. Together, White and Stelljes present POP CULTURED, featuring new works that explore the relationship between humor and consumerism, and the absurdity of our time.

Upcoming Exhibition

Justin Parisi-Smith


Justin Parisi-Smith

July 6 – August 31

Artist's Receptions:
July 6 and August 3, 5 – 8 pm

Regular Gallery Hours: 10 – 4, M – F

240 2nd Ave S, #100
Seattle, WA 98104

Justin’s work revolves around strong-content driven satire, inspired by environmental and socially conscious concerns. This exhibition creates both direct and open-ended narratives using playful animals and severed limbs. Justin celebrates humor in many modes: whimsy, wit, parody, irony, and nonsense. All of the work featured in Animal Wrongs was created at Pilchuck, with the support of the community.

Job Opportunities

Administrative Coordinator

Pilchuck Glass School is looking for an Administrative Coordinator to provide support for the Executive Director. The position will remain open until filled. Send cover letter and resume to Click here for the full job description.