This selection of rarely seen prints demonstrates the innovative use of glass for printmaking at Pilchuck over the last three decades. The exhibition features work by Mona Hatoum, Judy Chicago, Italo Scanga, Hank Murta Adams, Tina Aufiero, Cappy Thompson, Ann Wolff, and others who came to the school from around the world as students, instructors, and visiting artists. Pilchuck Prints will be on view April 20–September 17 in the Frank Photography Galleries at the Chrysler Museum of Art, One Memorial Place, Norfolk, VA. Admission is free. For more information, click HERE.
Read about Pilchuck's 2017 Artists in Residence in UrbanGlass Quarterly.
If you are in Los Angeles, visit the exhibition The Craft School Experience: Outcomes and Revelations, January 21 - March 11, 2017 at the Craft in America Center. For more information, click HERE.
2016 John H. Hauberg Fellow, Caroline Woolard, was recently named one of 11 artists that will transform the art world in 2017 by Artnet News. Click HERE to read the article. Congratulations!
Read about Pilchuck Glass School, the Studio Glass Movement and glass art in St. Louis. Click HERE to read or listen.
Through November 4, Pilchuck Artists are featured in three exhibitions at Schack Art Center in Everett, WA. Click HERE to read about the shows in the Everett Herald.