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Auction Centerpiece Project

36th Annual Auction Gala Centerpiece

Announcing the 36th Annual Auction Gala Centerpiece Designer, Scott Benefield

 
Scott first attended Pilchuck as a scholarship student 28 years ago and in the years since then has returned as a staff member, TA and instructor. He has been an artist in residence at the Corning Museum of Glass and the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, and has taught workshops in cane techniques at schools and studios around the world. Scott was awarded an Honorary Lifetime Membership by the Glass Art Society in 2011 and a Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust grant in 2013.  He currently resides and maintains a studio in Northern Ireland

 

 

 Prototypes for 2014 Centerpiece Design

 

Purchase a centerpiece at the 36th Annual Auction Gala, October 24th, 2014.

 

 

About the Centerpiece Project

Pilchuck Glass School invites artists and designers to submit proposals for the 2014 Centerpiece Project.  The winning design will be created by a volunteer production team on Pilchuck’s Stanwood, Washington campus April 30–May 16, 2014, coinciding Pilchuck’s Spring Tours, and showcased at Pilchuck’s Annual Auction Gala, one of Seattle’s premier fundraising events. As the auction celebrates it 36th year, Pilchuck looks back on outstanding centerpiece designs by renowned artists representing the creative spirit of Pilchuck and high quality contemporary glass art that is represented at the annual auction.

Download the Centerpiece Request for Proposal (RFP) for guidelines, requirements, and benefits:

Centerpiece Design RFP

2014 Centerpiece Design Application (CLOSED):

Centerpiece Design Application
 

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Poleturner applications are closed for 2014. Thank you for your interest. 




 




 


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