2019 Summer + Fall Programs

Apply now for Pilchuck Glass School's 2019 Summer + Fall Programs!

Make the most of your summer and fall and join us at Pilchuck Glass School! In 2019, Pilchuck will offer one- to three-week immersive and career-transforming courses with instructors from around the world. Learn more here.

Spring Tours and Artists@Work

May 22 - 26, 2019

This spring, tour the iconic Pilchuck Glass School campus and watch renowned Artists@Work: Jason Christian and Morgan Peterson! Learn more and purchase tickets here.

Creating an inclusive community

As an organization that has welcomed artists, instructors, staff, and students from over 70 countries with many different backgrounds, Pilchuck is passionate about creating an inclusive, ope, and supportive community that is accessible to all.

We work hard every day to ensure we fulfill this mission. To read more, click here.

Pilchuck Appoints Benjamin Wright as New Artistic Director

After an international search, Pilchuck Glass School is excited to announce Benjamin Wright as its incoming Artistic Director. Read more here.

Lino's 40th Anniversary at Pilchuck

This June, join us for a special Pilchuck celebration honoring Maestro Lino Tagliapietra's 40th anniversary of his first time at Pilchuck Glass School and in the United States. In 1979, Lino Tagliapietra was invited to Pilchuck by founder Dale Chihuly, marking the start of a special relationship between the Muranese Maestro, American glass artists - especially those here in the Pacific Northwest, and Pilchuck Glass School.

Learn more and purchase tickets to this exciting celebration here.

Editional Research

Join us on April 4- May 31 for the EDITIONAL RESEARCH, an exhibition by the 2018 John H. Hauberg Fellows that investigates the unique processes of vitreography. Visit Pilchuck Seattle Exhibition Space located in Pioneer Square.

For more information, click here.

Now Hiring: Development Manager

Pilchuck Glass School is seeking an organized, events-oriented development professional to join our team as the Development Manager. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Development Manager position serves as an integral part of the Development team. This position will be responsible for annual giving, cultivation and fundraising events, and general fundraising support, and will work mainly in the Seattle administrative office. Learn more here and apply by Thursday, April 25.